Browse websites free with chrome for android
Android users can now Browse websites free with chrome without internet access: here's how
• Chrome for Android now lets you save entire websites for reading later.
• It is perfect for people who want to read where a connection isn't available, like on the subway.
• It is only available for Android users right now, unfortunately, but iOS users should try "Read it Later" or "Pocket."
Google released an update for its Android chrome browser users on Monday that allows them to save entire Websites in Chrome for reading later.
With just one single long press, you can save a site and then read it when you're offline or you run out of data or free wifi access , up in a plane, or anywhere else where you're far from a network.
Unlike similar options that allow you to save the text of an article for later, Chrome's feature saves the entire website so that you can view it as it was meant to be. Here's how.
• First make sure you have the latest version of Chrome from the Google Play Store.
• Next, open up Chrome and head to a website with a list of stories you might want to read later, like www.digitalbog.com.
• Long press on any link and tap "Download link" from the popup menu.
• The link will download. If you don't have a connection, you can tell Chrome to download the story when you're back online.
• To access your save stories, just view your open tabs or tap the menu button and click "Downloads."