How to Add Payments and Card Details in Safari iOS/iPadOS?

Learn how to add the payment methods and credit card for auto-filling the transaction forms and payment gateways in Safari iOS for iPhone or iPad devices.

For most people, it is difficult to memorize the 16 or 18 digit credit card number along with the expiry date and CVV number. Hence, it becomes easier for the browser to save the card details and populate them when necessary on the payment gateways.

Using the Safari browser on the iPhone or iPad, you can store the credit card information within the browser storage. Hence, there is no worry of the card being exposed online, since they are just stored within the browser within the Safari card details.

The card details are only visible when we authorize using our passcode or touch ID. Hence, making it safe and easier for online transactions. I make a lot of purchases online. Sometimes, it feels tedious to enter my card details again and again on the payment page. I started using Safari payment methods to make my life easier.

Related: How to Add Payment Methods and Cards in Safari Mac?

Unlike the Google Chrome browser, the entered card details are stored and synced within the iCloud account. Even this is a helpful feature since changing the device will make our credit card details available instantly.

How to Add Credit Card Details in Safari iPhone/iPad?

You can easily add the payment method and credit card details for auto-fill in the Safari browser. Whenever you are making any payments on any merch site, the safari card details are automatically populated.

Here are the steps to add and store the safari card details on iOS:

  1. Open the Settings app on the iPhone or iPad.
  2. Scroll down and choose the Safari browser from Settings.
  3. Within Safari Settings, select the Auto-Fill option.
  4. Within Auto-Fill, enable the Credit Cards toggle button.
  5. Tap on the Saved Credit Card option and validate it with a passcode or touch ID.
  6. Tap on the Add Credit Card option and fill in the details.
  7. Hit on the Done command to save the credit card details for the Safari browser.

You can also use the Camera option to scan the credit card for populating the card details automatically.

Add Credit Card Details in Safari Settings

This will add the credit card details into the Safari browser for use on any payment gateways. You might need to enter the CVV number while doing the transaction which is required for making any transactions online. This way, the safari payment methods are safe and secure.

You can anytime visit the Auto-fill > Credit Cards section to delete the saved card details from the Safari browser.

Bottom Line: Safari iOS Add Card Payment

Storing the credit card details within the Safari iPhone or iPad has been a really helpful feature. Once the credit card is added along with all other details, we can use it for auto-filling the payment details when needed. This is quite time-saving.

I have already added the card details in Safari App. The credit card details are now automatically populated after basic authentication on all the famous merchant’s sites. Hence, it reduces the effort of finding the card and entering the details. I use the safari card details whenever I make a purchase online.

Similarly, you can also add the card payment details on the Safari mac computer. These payment details are securely stored in iCloud and keychain on Mac computer devices.

Do share how helpful do you find the safari saved card details on the payment gateway or merchant stores.

Lastly, here are the recommended web browsers for your computer and mobile phone that you should give a try.

WindowsMacOSiOSAndroidLinux
Chrome WindowsChrome MacChrome iOSChrome AndroidFirefox Linux
Firefox WindowsSafari MacSafari iOSEdge AndroidChrome Linux
Edge WindowsFirefox MacEdge iOSSamsung InternetEdge Linux

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