If you are using Edge browser on Android, then you have a lot of cool features to enjoy. One of those features is the ability to save any web page offline so you can view it later and even share it.
If you haven’t been using Edge Browser on your Android device, you might be missing what others are enjoying. It’s very user-friendly and has a lot of positive reviews on Google Play store.
Some users even prefer it as an alternative to Google Chrome. Well, you should try it out, you would like its uniqueness.
So, let’s see how to easily save any webpage while browsing via Microsoft Edge browser on Android.
How To Save Web Pages Offline On Microsoft Edge Android Web Browser
- Download and install Edge Browser from the Google Play store if you haven’t.
- Open the browser and visit the web page you would like to save offline.
- Once the web page is loaded, click on the 3 dotted line at the bottom right of your screen.
- If it isn’t showing, just scroll upward and it will show up.
- Now tap on the share icon at the bottom right.
- Select Print from the list that of sharable mediums.
- The page will now be previewed in PDF format.
- Click on Save as PDF and select a location to save if prompted.
That’s how simple and easy it is to save web pages offline on Microsoft Edge Android browser.
It’s quite interesting to know that the saved format is very portable and can be shared to any other device that supports viewing PDF files.