Often, during the net surfing on a smartphone, there are some pages or articles that we want to read, but at that time you do not have time to read. In this case, you want to save that page offline and read later. You can do so because Google recently added the offline mode to the Chrome web browser.
This feature is saved on the web page Android smartphone. A similar feature is also available on the Mozilla Browser, Opera and Opera Mini Browser. Apart from this, there are services like Pocket, Instapaper and PaperSpain, which you can use to save offline web pages.
Google has made it easy to view or read offline web pages. Open any web page for this, which you want to save offline. Click on the 3 point to the right and then tap on the download icon. It will download the web page and save it on your Android smartphone.
To open web pages saved on Chrome in Android, tap on the three points in the upper left, and tap on the download, after which a small icon reading the 'Offline' page will appear, clicking on which you can easily read the page. You can also save the web page as a PDF to view offline.