How to save web sites as PDF for reading offline on your iPhone or Android
Moreover, if you are abroad, and spot something interesting, yet have to go out where the big bad roaming charges are raging supreme, we bet you'd love to be able to quickly get that website with you to read on the go, wouldn't you?
While there are plenty of third-party apps that can store the content for you to preview offline, like Pocket, there is nothing like a good old PDF file to skim through on the Paris metro car, is there? Did you know that this website-as-PDF functionality is built right into your phone? Here's one of the simplest ways to take a website and carry with you offline to check out or share from your iOS or Android device.
1. For Android - open the website in Chrome, and either use the Convert to PDF option in the Share menu (if you have bothered creating an Adobe account), or simply open the main menu, tap on Print, and choose "Save as PDF" from the dropdown to download and store the website's content to your local storage for viewing offline.