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I use Safari reader mode to enhance my reading experience. Besides, I also use this neat feature to print webpage without ads in Safari on my iPhone and iPad.

When you enable reader mode in Safari on your iPhone, iPad or Mac, it removes all the ads, sponsored content links, etc. from the web page. As a result, the article has an uncluttered appearance; making it more convenient to read without any distraction.

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How to Print Webpage without Ads in Safari on iPhone or iPadYou can print webpage without Ads from iPhone/iPad and Mac as well.

First, let's check out a way from iPhone.

How to Print Webpage without Ads in Safari on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Open Safari on your iOS device and then head over to the webpage you want to print.

Step #2. Now, you need to tap on the reader mode at the top left corner.

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Step #3. The webpage will be presented in a clean interface and stripped of all the ads. Next up, tap on the share button.

Use Reader Mode in Safari on iPhone

Step #4. In the share sheet, you have to tap on Print button.

Tap on Print Button in Safari on iPhone

Step #5. Up next, adjust the printing options as per your need and then hit the print button.

Print Webpage without Ads in Safari on iPhone or iPadSo, that's how you can print any web page without ads on your iPhone or iPad. Now, let's take a look to the way to do the same on Mac as well.

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How to Print Webpage without Ads in Safari on Mac

Step #1. Open Web page in Safari on Mac you want to take print of.

Step #2. Click on Reader mode.

Enable Reader Mode in Safari on Mac

Step #3. Now, Safari will remove all the ads and unnecessary images. Once, the page enters to the reader mode, click on File Menu and Click on Print.

Print Webpage Without Ads in Safari on Mac

Step #4. Adjust printing options then click on Print.

Print Safari Web Page Without Ads on Mac

That's done!

Wrapping up:

Along with Chrome, Safari remains my favorite web browser not just on iOS devices but also on Mac. With macOS High Sierra and iOS 11, Apple's web browser has become more efficient, faster and secure. For instance, you can now customize web page settings in Safari on your Mac, ask websites not to track you, autosave your reading list items from iCloud for offline reading and more.

Let me know what you think of Safari.

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