How to view sites in Chrome when offline on Android
It can be quite annoying to be without an internet connection when you're bored, especially if you're away from home. Fortunately, there are a few ways to ensure you have plenty of content to distract yourself at these times. If you don't feel like watching Netflix movies and series offline, you can simply save some interesting sites in Google Chrome from your Android. To know how to do this, just check out our tips below!
Saving offline sites in Chrome
Saving Chrome pages for offline viewing is relatively new, so we suggest updating the app if necessary.
With everything ready, open Google Chrome on your smartphone and go to the page you want to save to view later.
With it open, click and leave the website link (at the top of the page).
This will make a small window open in the center of the page. Among the available options, click on “Download Link”. If Chrome asks if you can access your gallery, just confirm.
This way, the chosen page will be saved and you can easily view it. Just open a new Chrome tab and you'll see a short list of "Downloads" at the bottom.
As you might imagine, these sites can be accessed at any time, but will be limited to what you download. This means that it cannot be redirected to another page, for example.
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