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Do you know you can Browse Offline on Google Chrome for Android? I bet you didn’t. Well, in this guide, we will be teaching you all about Downloading a webpage to be accessed at a later time on Google Chrome Browser for Android.

The ability to Browse Offline on Google Chrome for Android will definitely come in handy for those who have a poor internet connection or have no internet connection at all. You can simply Download a webpage when you have a data connection and browse it at a later time. This is good for those people who love reading long articles or stories on the internet. So instead of you visiting the same page Every time, you can simply save the webpage and read later even without an internet connection.

However, the Downloaded webpage page won’t be updated even if the site Updates the webpage. Most of the other browsers have this same feature. Although it may have different names across those browsers it is definitely the same thing; Save a webpage to read at a later time without an internet connection.

Google is obviously loved by many and is arguably the best Browser on the Android platform which is why knowing how to Browse Offline On Google Chrome For Android is a must know for every android user.

How To Browse Offline On Google Chrome For Android

  • First, You will need to Visit the Website/Webpage you would like to download.

  • Click On the Three Dots at the top right of the screen.

  • Tap on the Download Button/Down Facing Arrow.

  • Wait for it to Download. (This Shouldn’t take long if your internet connection is fast)

  • Once it is Downloaded, then it has been saved.

Now the webpage has been saved and can be accessed later without an internet connection. To Browse to webpage offline simply follow the steps below.

  • Open Your Google Chrome Browser. Click on the Three Dots at the top right of the screen.

  • Select Downloads From the drop-down menu.

  • Click on the webpage to open it without an internet connection.

  • If you’ve saved other web pages before then, you should see it there.

That’s it. You’ve just successfully saved that webpage. As I said earlier, you will only be able to see the webpage you saved. If any changes have been made to the webpage since you last saved it, then those changes won’t reflect on the webpage you save.

When you are also browsing a website, and your internet connection goes off or turns weak, you will get a notification asking you if you would like Google Chrome to download the page when next you have an internet connection or when it gets stronger.

If you Click on the Download Page Later option, then it will immediately Download the webpage when you have an active Internet Connection.


You can now Browse Offline On Google Chrome For Android using this simple tutorial, thus Saving your data. You can save as many web pages as you want as long as you have enough data to download them.

What do you think of this feature? And would you be using it anytime soon? Let us know using the comment section Below.

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