There are a few options for BlackBerry smartphones when it comes to saving web pages to read later. I recently discovered Offline Browser which seems to be a simple yet effective option for allowing you to read the web when you either don't have data on your BlackBerry or you just want to save the item for later.
So how does it work? If you are online and viewing a web page that you want so save for later, you just click your BlackBerry menu and select the option to 'add to offline browser'. You will then get a popup box which will show you the web link and it will ask you to enter a title ... and that's it - the web page is saved. So at a later time you can enter the application and you are presented with the list of web pages you have saved. Even without a data connection you are free to read the article - perfect for travelling on a plane or underground maybe?
There is free version of the app as well as the paid one, which costs $0.99, and although the free edition probably has some limitations I tested it out briefly and can't seem to work out the difference so it may be worth trying that one first.
Features of Offline Browser:
- Read articles from the list online or offline
- Add articles or pages to library with just a single click
- Sync automatically with Offline Browser's library
- Zoom in and Zoom out of an article
- Add your own title to the page or article
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