How to Allow Pop-Ups on iPhone

Open the Settings app, tap “Safari,” and turn off “Block Pop-ups” to allow pop-ups in Safari on iPhone. You can also allow pop-ups in other browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Open your browser app’s settings to find this option.

Are pop-up windows not working on your iPhone? No worries—there’s an easy fix. Keep reading to learn how to allow websites to launch pop-up windows in Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox.

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Allow Pop-Ups in Safari on iPhone
Allow Pop-Ups in Chrome on iPhone
Allow Pop-Ups in Firefox on iPhone

Allow Pop-Ups in Safari on iPhone

To allow sites to open pop-up windows in your Safari browser, open the Settings app on your iPhone.

In Settings, scroll down and select “Safari.”

Choose "Safari" in Settings.

On the “Safari” page, scroll down and toggle off “Block Pop-Ups.”

Tip: To turn on Safari’s pop-up blocker in the future, re-enable the “Block Pop-Ups” option.

Disable the "Block Pop-Ups" option.

Allow Pop-Ups in Chrome on iPhone

To enable pop-up windows in Chrome, launch the browser on your iPhone.

When Chrome launches, in the bottom-right corner, tap the three-dot menu and choose “Settings.”

Select "Settings" from the menu.

In “Settings,” scroll down and select “Content Settings.”

Access "Content Settings."

Choose “Block Pop-Ups.”

Select "Block Pop-Ups."

Toggle off the “Block Pop-Ups” option. Then, in the top-right corner, tap “Done.”

Tip: To disable pop-ups in Google Chrome in the future, activate the “Block Pop-Ups” option.

Disable "Block Pop-Ups" and tap "Done."

Allow Pop-Ups in Firefox on iPhone

Like other web browsers, Firefox allows you to unblock pop-ups from its Settings menu.

To start, open Firefox on your iPhone. In the browser’s bottom-right corner, tap the hamburger menu (three horizontal lines) and choose “Settings.”

Select "Settings" in the menu.

In “Settings,” toggle off the “Block Pop-Up Windows” option. Then, in the top-right corner, tap “Done.”

Turn off "Block Pop-Up Windows" and tap "Done."

And that’s it! While you’re at it, check out some of the awesome features that Safari has to offer to its users. You might find a useful feature (or two) you weren’t aware of.

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