Recently we talked about a cool feature on Mozilla Firefox(one of Android’s best browser) which is the ability to save any web-page offline and view it anytime.
UC Browser isn’t just an Android browser for downloading, UC Browser is very popular and a very fast web browser. I use it almost all the time to download stuffs and browse too.
Although Google removed UC Browser from its Google play store because of misleading promotional contents, it has been reinstated. It’s so useful and the most popular web browser in India.
If you are really fond of UC Browser for browsing the web and downloading like I do, you can also save web pages offline and view them later without mobile data or WiFi via UC Browser.
Saving web pages offline on UC Browser is very simple and similar to the rest. The only difference is that you are doing it with UC Browser.
UC Browser isn’t just good at saving websites offline, it packs a whole lot of features like AD blocking, fastest download manager built-in, reading mode, themes etc.
So let’s quickly learn how to save web pages offline via UC, both on mobile and PC.
How To Save Web pages Offline On UC Browser | Mobile
To save a web page offline on your Android smartphone while browsing with UC, simply follow these steps.
Just to get cooler stuffs, make sure you have the latest version of UC Browser installed on your Android device.
- Open UC Browser and type in the website you wish to visit and also save offline.
- Once the page is loaded and confirmed, click on the 3 lines in the middle of the app.
- Select Tools
- Now select Save Page
- UC Browser will immediately download the web page as an offline copy.
You can see the downloaded page in your downloads section and view the offline web page anytime you wish.
That’s how easy it’s to save web pages offline on mobile via UC browser.
To get this done on your PC, it’s also easy and fast.
Let’s check it out.
How To Save Web pages Offline On UC Browser | PC
It’s also possible to save web pages offline on your computer while browsing with UC. To get that done, follow these simple steps.
As always, having the latest version of your favorite browser is never a bad idea.
- Launch UC on your PC and access the page you wish to save offline.
- When the site is fully loaded, press CTRL + S to save the web page
- You can save the Web page complete, or HTML only
- Save it with any name you wish and access it later without internet connection.
That’s how easy it’s to save web pages offline on UC Browser, on mobile and PC.
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