How to Save Web page to Read Later in Google Chrome on iPhone/iPad

Thanks to an all-new feature, you will now be able to save stories (Webpage) to read later in Google Chrome on your iPhone and iPad more conveniently.

Now, it’s become a lot easier to save stories to read later in Google Chrome on iPhone. In the latest version of the web browser, there is a new feature called “Read Later” which is quite similar to Safari’s “Add to Reading List” feature.

So, while browsing the web in Chrome if you ever come across any interesting article, you can save it to read offline on your iOS device. You can quickly access the saved articles and delete them all once you have read them. Check out how it works!

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How to Save Stories to Read Later in Google Chrome on iPhone-iPad

Save Web page to Read Later in Google Chrome on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. First off, you need to update Chrome to the latest version on your iOS device. Then, launch the web browser and head over to the article you want to save.

Step #2. Next, tap on the menu button at the top right corner of the screen.

Tap on Menu Button in Chrome on iPhone

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Step #3. Now, tap on the share button at the top left corner of the menu.

Tap on Sharesheet Icon in Chrome on iPhone

Step #4. Finally, tap on Read Later to save the story.

Save Story to Read Later in Chrome on iPhone

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Access the Saved Stories to Read Offline in Google Chrome on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Open Chrome on your iOS device → Tap on the menu button at the top right corner.

Tap on Menu Button in Chrome on iPhone

Step #2. Now, check out the Reading List. It will show the number of articles you haven’t yet read. Tap on Reading List.

Tap on Reading List in Chrome on iPhone

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Step #3. On the next screen, you will see all of your saved stories. Simply tap on the one you want to read offline.

Access Saved Stories to Read Offline in Google Chrome on iPhone

Mark Stories As a Read/Unread in Chrome on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Open Chrome → Tap on menu buttonReading List.

Tap on Reading List in Chrome on iPhone

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Step #2. Now, tap on Edit at the bottom right corner.

Tap on Edit in Reading List in Chrome on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on Mark All at the bottom center.

Tap on Mark All in Chrome on iPhone

Step #4. Next up, select Mark (All) Read or Mark (All) Unread.

Mark Read to Reading List in Chrome on iPhone

Step #5. Make sure to tap on Done at the top right corner to confirm.

Tap on Done in Reading List in Chrome on iPhone

Delete Saved Stories in Chrome on iPhone and iPad

Once you have read the articles, you can easily delete them.

Step #1. Open Chrome → Menu button → Reading List.

Tap on Reading List in Chrome on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on Edit button at the bottom right corner.

Tap on Edit in Reading List in Chrome on iPhone

Step #3. Now, select the story you want to delete and then tap on Delete at the bottom left corner of the screen.

Delete Saved Stories in Chrome on iPhone and iPad

That’s it!

Wrapping Up

I find this new feature very helpful and will use it to catch up with my favorite articles offline. What’s your take on it?

You may also want to read these equally interesting posts like how to scan QR code using Chrome, and how to change default search engine in Chrome on iPhone.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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