Monday, May 8, 2017

Google Chrome’s new offline features might make Pocket redundant

Google added the ability to download pages for reading offline in Android back in December, but today it’s adding a few tweaks to make the feature a lot more useful. First off, you can now long-press on any link and just tap the new ‘Download Link’ option. That should make it easy to build up a queue of articles – say, if you’re reading a Wikipedia article with a ton of links –  to access when you have low data connectivity. Second, if you try to connect to a page while you’re offline, you can tap on Download Page Later to…

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