Save/ read web pages offline?

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  1. debstieb

    debstieb New Member

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    Is there an app for doing this?

    Thanks,

    Deb
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    debstieb New Member

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    Thanks Green_link. I will check it out.

    Deb
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    lilzib89 New Member

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    Viewing HTML pages offline......

    I actually discovered that using iBooks i could read PDF files...right...right..so i tried converting web pages or HTML pages (one and the same really) to PDF format then sending the files to my Ipod touch 8gb with iOS 4.2.1 it worked like a charm...if i want i can simply touch on any link provided wille viewing the page and it will automatically re-direct me to the safari web browser....try it yall its laka......you can use any software that says HTML to PDF or you can just click here http://www.web2pdfconvert.com/ coz its more fun......
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    ReadItLater can also do this
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    If you are a Dev you can upgrade to iOS 5 which has this feature!

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    Use http://iwebsaver.com. It uses data URL's if you know what those are, anyways you just copy and past the url onto the webpage, let it save the page, then once it loads either save it as a bookmark, or add it to the homescreen!
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    Also, in iOS 5, there is a built in feature that will allow you to do this.
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