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How to save webpages as a PDF file on iOS devices

If you love reading articles and you're not always connected to the internet, you should know how to save webpages as PDF files.
If you love reading articles and you're not always connected to the internet, you should know how to save webpages as PDF files.
This year's WWDC was quite a big deal as Apple announced the all new iOS 11 that comes with tons of features. The new operating system brings a lot of handy features to Apple devices. One such feature is the ability to save webpages as PDF files. If you love reading articles and you're not always connected to the internet, this feature comes in really handy. But it is also important to note that this feature will only be available on Apple's default search engine app Safari.

Follow these simple steps:

1) Open Safari and open the webpage or an article you want to save as a webpage.

2) Once your article is fully loaded, tap on the Share button located at the bottom of screen.

3) Scroll a little to the right and tap on 'create PDF' icon.

4) Once that is done, you'll see the preview page of the PDF file and if you're content with the result tap on 'Done' located at the top left corner.

5) As soon as you select 'done' you will see a pop up message that says, 'Save file to' and 'Delete PDF'. Tap on the first option.


6) Here you'll be given an option to save the file in your iCloud or your iPhone storage.


7) If you save it on your iCloud you'll be able to access the file from the 'Files' app which was recently introduced with iOS 11.


This feature allows you to save almost every webpage you want to read it offline. Although it is only available on Safari at the moment, we hope to see this feature extend to other search engine apps like Chrome or Opera.

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