Like most Web browsers, Safari has a search field, an address field, Back and Forward buttons, a button to display your bookmarks and history, and another button to add a bookmark for the current page. Safari does have a handful of useful features So, a lot of people have been using Safari on their Mac or PC for a long time. they may love the way it looks and feels, or even adore the speed at which it runs. However, I have a feeling they are going to love Safari even more on the iPad. There are several little quirks and tricks built in to the browser experience for use on the iPad that I think are going to be a huge hit across the board.
Bookmark synchronization If you have a MobileMe account, Safari can automatically sync your Safari bookmarks over the air with MobileMe and from there to any Macs, PCs, iPhones, iPod touches, or other iPads connected to that account. On the iPad, go to Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendars>Your MobileMe Account and make sure Bookmarks is turned on; you must also enable bookmark syncing on either your Mac or pc, Even without MobileMe, you can sync bookmarks with your Mac or PC via iTunes. To do this, open iTunes, select your iPad in the sidebar, and click the Info tab. On a Mac, check Sync Safari Bookmarks; on a PC, check Sync Bookmarks From and choose your browser from the pop-up menu.Then click Sync.
Rotate your iPad to change easily for Portrait to Landscape view, and Safari automatically adjusts itself to fit your entire screen.
Bookmarks Bar: One feature from the desktop version of Safari that I was very glad to see in the iPad version is the Bookmarks Bar, a narrow strip that appears just below the toolbar to show your favorite bookmarks, or even folders full of bookmarks. The book- marks bar is off by default. To display it, go to Settings>Safari and turn on Always Show Bookmarks Bar . To put a link on the Bookmarks Bar, open the page in question, tap the plus button, and tap Add Bookmark. Tap Bookmarks, tap either Bookmarks Bar(to put the link right on the bar)or the name of a folder on the bar(to put the link in that folder),and finally tap Save.
Safari on the iPad supports the latest video innovations found in HTML5. You can watch compatible videos from within the page, or double-tap them to watch full screen.
From the above text, we can know safari have a feature Bookmarks Bar and if you Sync your bookmarks from your Safari install on your Mac or PC. It only takes a moment. But Do you have trouble in adding bookmarks to safari on ipad ? I met this problem one week ago, now I find the solutions, If you want to know how to do it.just follow me. The following step by step guide will teach you how to add bookmarks to safari
Step 1: Start out by selecting Settings from the iPad home screen.
Step 2: Select Safari from the Settings column, and then slide the Always Show Bookmarks Bar switch to ON.
Step 3: Now launch Safari and visit a web site you want have added to your Bookmarks Bar. Tap the + (plus sign) to add a bookmark and then tap in the space that says Bookmarks.
Step 4: Tap Bookmarks Bar.
Step 5: You’ll be taken back to the previous "screen" and can now save the bookmark.
Step 6: It will now show up in the Bookmarks Bar for super-quick access.
You’re done! It's so easy to add bookmarks to safari on iPad, so you can save your favourite and useful websites to enjoy anytime. if you want to add other thing on your ipad, you can click in : add apps to ipad, put movies on ipad.