This time Google Chrome comes with an additional feature for Android users that will allow the user to browse websites offline.
The new Google Chrome Android version allows saving (download) the website offline without any extensions. And, these offline web pages can be accessed anytime anywhere to read it in no-network zones. The feature, named “Downloads,” lets Android users can able to access their favourite web content like articles, Music, and videos in offline mode.
To enjoy the new feature, the Android user must ensure that he/she using the latest version of Google Chrome browser downloaded from the Play store.
How to Browse Websites Offline on Android:
Google Chrome (Android) new feature allows for downloading the web page for offline. Here are the steps to download the entire web page in Google Chrome, and browse websites offline.
Open Chrome’s menu by tapping the top right corner of the browser.
Tap ‘Save’ icon to download the web page.
Once the entire web page is downloaded, the user can access the whole page in an off-line, by simply tapping the ‘Download’ option from the menu.
There are similar services like Instapaper and Pocket, which allow users to read their favourite web pages and articles in off-line mode. Chrome’s new additional feature could attract a major population of casual readers because they don’t need to install a standalone app to save web pages or articles for off-line use.
This feature will not only helpful in no-network zones, but also when users run short of mobile internet plan, and temporary wifi zones. This new additional feature only available in the updated version of Google Chrome for Android users only.
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