How to Find the History Folder on an iPod Touch

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You can visit websites with your iPod Touch, Apple's portable media player with a touchscreen display, when you connect to the Internet over a Wi-Fi network. The iPod Touch comes with the Safari Web browser already installed, and it keeps track of every page you open. This can be convenient when you want to revisit a Web page that you visited recently, to continue reading where you left off, for example, or to finish some research.

  • Press the "Home" button to go to the home screen of your iPod Touch.

  • Tap "Safari" on the home screen to launch the Web browser.

  • Tap the bookmarks icon, which is a picture of an open book, located at the bottom of the Safari window.

  • Tap the icon of the folder labeled "History" to open it. A list of folders appears, containing the history of sites you visited on different days, with a date next to each folder. Tap a folder to see a list of the websites you visited.

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