Safari on the iPad is about to get extensions, just like Chrome, Edge, and Safari on the Mac. And they will totally change how you use the browser.
Safari is probably the most important app on your iPhone or iPad. Some folks rarely leave it, other than to post photos to Instagram or reply to a WhatsApp. And yet, it remains quite limited compared to a desktop browser.
You can use little bookmarklets, and of course, Safari integrates with the system-wide sharing panel, but it has been almost impossible to extend Safari itself. In iOS 15, that’s about to change. So what's happening?