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by Anna Parker, Sail-World.com on 3 Jan 2013
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On the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad you can put bookmarks for any site, creating one-tap shortcuts to your favourite websites. Sail-World, Marine Business World, Powerboat World, and Fishing Boating World now have custom icons for you to save for quick, easy access!

(Below you will see images of the process on the iPad 2 and iPhone. The process on the iPod Touch is the same as on the iPhone.)

The process is super-simple and here’s how it works:

1. Open up Safari and load a website (Sail-World or any other).



2. At the top of the screen you’ll see an icon depicting an arrow that looks like it’s trying to get away from a square. It represents tapping a button to perform an action, tap this button.

3. If you managed to tap that button successfully, you’ll have a few options. The one you want to tap is 'Add to Home Screen'.



4.You’ll be asked to choose a name for the homescreen icon. So, you know, pick a short one and save it.

When you’re done it’ll show up on your homescreen and now going to our sites is just a click.



And that’s all.



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