Steps to save a webpage for offline reading in Google Chrome on your iPhone

241Google Chrome is the leading web browser on the market. Google’s web browser also has its own ground on iOS where Safari now dominates. Google Chrome provides tons of exciting features that are missing from other competitors out there.

If you now have a modern version of Google Chrome on your iPhone, you will be happy to know that you now can save stories or webpages for offline reading on your iPhone. This is a great feature especially if you come across something interesting while reading online that you want to save for offline access.

In this tutorial, we will run you through the steps to save a webpage in Google Chrome for offline reading on your iPhone. Before proceeding with our step-by-step guide, head to the App Store and update the Google Chrome app.

Steps to save a webpage to read later in Google Chrome on your iPhone

Step one: First off, you need to launch Google Chrome from your home screen and then hit the menu button (It looks like the horizontal three dots)

Step two: Next up, tap on the share button located at the top of the menu. From here, all you need to do is to tap on Read Later option to save the webpage

Step three: To access your newly-saved webpage, tap the menu button and select Reading List from the drop-down menu

Step four: Here, you will see all of the stories or webpages you have already saved in Google Chrome. You simply need to tap on a story for offline reading.

Steps to remove a saved webpage in Google Chrome on your iPhone

Step one: Launch Google Chrome from your iPhone’s home screen and then hit the Menu button at the top right corner of the screen

Step two: From the list of options, select Reading List. After that, hit the Edit button at the bottom right corner

Step three: Next up, select a story you wish to remove and hit the Delete button at the bottom left to delete it.

Also read: Steps to clear internet history in Safari on your Mac

Got any questions? Let us know in the comments below.

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