Head to the app’s search icon to use the unique Browse for Me feature. Instead of needing to comb through search results to find the information you need, the app will create a custom page with all the information you need in an easy-to-read format.
For example, I searched for “Who will play in the Super Bowl?” The app then provide a page with the answer, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, along with much more information like time, date, location, and where you can find the broadcast.
At the bottom of the page, you can dive deeper with additional links to explore.
I tried searching on a number of different topics using Browse for Me and was generally pleased with the results. It definitely saves time when you’re looking for answers to a specific question.
The browser also has a number of other great features. When hitting the search icon, the keyboard will automatically appear, saying a tap. There is also an always-on blocker to take care of ads and other trackers.
Instead of sifting through huge number of tabs that are already opened, the app will automatically archive inactive tabs. You can choose a specific timeframe, anywhere from 12 hours to 30 days.
There is also a reader mode to help strip out distractions and focus on the page.
Arc Search is only for the iPhone and a free download on the App Store now.