Safari browser on iPhone is offering many useful features, one of these features is the ability to keep any page at an offline reading list that allows you to read it at any time, to know how to use offline reading in safari on iPhone continue reading.
Many times you could found an interesting online article and be excited to read it, but the network doesn’t help you. It’s not a problem.
If you have an iPhone or iPad linked to an iCloud account, you can save articles to your Reading List for later reading offline using a feature buried in Settings.
How to use offline reading in safari on iPhone?
Before activating the offline reading list, you need to make sure iCloud is set up to save your Safari bookmarks and Reading List.
- To do that, open “Settings” and tap on your name at the very top.
- Then tap “iCloud.”
- In iCloud settings, scroll down to see “Safari” and tap the switch to turn it on. If it’s already on the switch will be green.
Now, let’s activate the offline reading list option:
- Go back to the main Settings page, Press back two times in the upper-left corner of the screen.
- Scroll down to “Safari” and click it.
- Navigate to the very bottom of the Safari settings screen until you find the “Reading List” section.
- Tap the switch beside “Automatically Save Offline” so that it is green and turned on.
Now you have activated the offline reading list and you can use it easily.
How to Use the Reading List in Safari?
Now Whenever you’d like to save a web page to your Reading List for offline reading, tap on the “Share” button.
In the menu that pops up, select “Add To Reading List.”
To view your Reading List later, tap the Bookmarks button in Safari (which looks like an open book), then tap on the tab that looks like a pair of glasses.
It’s really easy and you can tap on any one of the items you’ve saved and it should load up even if you aren’t connected to the internet.