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There is. The color of a visited link is determined by the people who have designed the website you are visiting. Most sites will show links and visited links in the same color, but Google for example use different colours so that you can see which sites you have visited. This can be useful if you're trying to find back the site you've visited, or rather ...


This is a little dated, and it might not be exactly what you wanted, but it still should work. There's no simple way of doing this. You'll need to get an app named Reflector and Google Hangouts, Skype, or iMessages to share your screen. Here's the link to the site I found this but I'll also list out the steps in case the link goes down: ...


It is not a specific device. It means that your web site was viewed using the UIWebView functionality on an iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch). The UIWebView is different from the ordinary Safari browser, as it is not a stand-alone browser, but merely browser functionality that is embedded in a third party app.


Try to use Choosy It can prompt you to select from the browsers on your Mac so you can decide which browser is right for a particular link. :)

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