Now users of iOS devices can view web pages without connecting to the Internet. This was announced by the developers of mobile Google Chrome browser.
Many Internet users use the services of deferred reading, like Instapaper or Pocket to save news or articles and read them later. The new version of Chrome for iPhone and iPad received a deferred reading. Rumors about the appearance of the ability to save web pages for reading later appeared last week, and now Google has officially unveiled Read Later.
Now in the list of extensions on iOS is a new icon “to Read later”. To save the page for later reading, you need to open the menu (three-dot button near the address bar), click on the icon “Share”, then in the drop down menu click the icon to “Read later.”
Articles from the reading list stored in memory of the mobile device. In the result you can save the sites and pages to be viewed without Internet connection.
A similar feature exists in Safari. But Read Later in Google Chrome allows you to save the page completely, not just the simplified text version.