How can a browser page be saved using Safari?
Of course, Web pages can be bookmarked, but Safari does not provide a way to download a complete Web page to the iPad, for, say, off-line viewing.
Some other iPad browsers like, for example, iCab mobile do provide this capability.
You can save a browser page in PDF format with Save2PDF.
Thanks for the info. Where does this app save the PDF? To a folder? To the cloud?
You can save it within the app or you can "Open in" other PDF reader e.g. Adobe Reader
Safari and item saving out of a web page( f.i. an article) are done on the MacBookpro as is the trying to read the article out of the saved item.
I do not understand your question, can you clarify?
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