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Terra for iPad

— Spend five minutes tapping around with Readdle's Terra web browser, a Safari browser alternative, and you'll understand why it's the No. 1 free productivity download at the App Store.

Marc Saltzman, USAToday.com

Terra Browser

For iPhone

Terra is the fast web browser with tabs, full screen and other functions

Terra iPad

Terra is the fast web browser with tabs, full screen, text search and other functions. It's better than Safari and at an unbelievable price - it's FREE!


  • Unlimited Tabs. Create as many tabs as you need, quickly switch between opened web pages and open links in new tabs.
  • Full Screen Browsing. Take advantage of the 100% of the iPad screen. Hide toolbars and tabs with one tap.
  • Save Web Pages. You can save web pages to read them offline with all images preserved.
  • Text Search. Easily find a word on the web page. Great for long Wikipedia articles.

Manage Bookmarks

Manage Bookmarks

Terra excels bookmark management. Add bookmarks, create multiple nested folders.

Turn on Desktop Browsing

Terra can be set as IE 7, Desktop Safari or Firefox to browse desktop versions of the web sites.

Stay Private

When private mode is turned on, your browsing history and cookies are not saved.

Protect documents with password

Passcode protection

Protect application with password. Best way to keep your bookmarks, recently visited web sites and saved pages private

Read office documents

Send links by email

Share interesting web pages with friends and colleagues.

Save images

Tap and hold on the image to save it, exactly like in Safari.

Available on the AppStore

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"There is nothing wrong with Safari on the iPad, but if you find its UI is not quite similar to your desktop browser experience then please consider the free Terra Browser."

SolSie,
SolSie


"Not only is the Terra browser free and fast, but the browser offers a handful of features including easy-to-use tabbed browsing and the ability to save web pages as images to read offline."

Marc Saltzman,
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