Step 2: Launch TouchCopy 16 and connect your iPhone using your USB cable.
Step 3: Click the Internet section.
Step 3: Choose the Bookmarks tab.
Step 4: Select the bookmarks you'd like to save.
Step 5: Click "Save Shortcut" to save as .url files, or "Save to CSV" to save as a spreadsheet in your specified location.
Detailed Descriptions of the steps can be found below.
What TouchCopy can do with your iPhone Internet data
TouchCopy provides the ability to access your iPhone's Internet History and Bookmarks, and allows you to transfer these pages as links to your computer or to open them in your preferred browser. TouchCopy supports both Safari and Google Chrome browsers.
Click the Internet button in TouchCopy to access and browse your iPhone internet history and bookmarks.
Any data viewed or exported using TouchCopy is completely local to your computer. You don;t have to worry about any data being saved by, or sent from the app.
Accessing and Browsing your Internet Bookmarks
TouchCopy displays all your bookmarks from both the Safari and Chrome apps on your iPhone. Selecting a bookmark from the list will display the corresponding website right from within TouchCopy, if your computer is connected to the internet.
As you can see from the screenshot above, you can even access and export bookmarks that you've made on a Desktop using your Google or Apple accounts.
You can switch between Bookmarks and History by clicking the tabs with the same name over the list.
Transferring and Using Bookmarks
Select a webpage that you'd like to view, then click "Open in Browser" to open it on your computer's default web browser (such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, etc).
Save Shortcut - Save a selected internet bookmark as a shortcut on your computer. Launching the saved shortcut file on your computer will open the webpage in your default browser.
Save to CSV - You also have the choice to save your internet bookmarks as a CSV file. You can open a CSV in a spreadsheet manager like Microsoft Excel.
The document contains information about each bookmark: Title, URL (web address) and the type (whether it is from Google Chrome or Safari).
Select multiple bookmarks by holding 'ctrl' (PC) or 'cmd' (Mac) on your keyboard while clicking multiple items.