How to Save Web Pages to Read Later on Your Samsung Galaxy Tablet

By Dan Gookin

A nifty thing to do is to save some web pages for later reading on your Samsung Galaxy tablet. You may usually start your day by perusing online articles and angry editorials in the local paper.

If you don’t have time to read that stuff before you leave, and you do have time on the plane, or later in the day, and you may be extremely unwilling to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi, you can save your favorite websites for later reading. Here’s how to save a web page by using the Internet app:

  1. Navigate to the page you want to save for later reading.

  2. Touch the Menu button.

  3. Choose the Save for Offline Reading command.

    The page is downloaded, saved to the tablet’s internal storage.

Repeat these steps for each web page you want to read when offline.

To view the page, touch the Bookmarks icon, and then touch the Saved Pages tab. You see the web page listed, along with other items you’ve downloaded.

The online problem with saving a website is that not every version of the Internet app offers this feature. If you don’t see the Save for Offline Reading command in Step 3, you can’t save the web page.