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WebOffline: Allows you to save web pages to read offline

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WebOffline is an interesting tweak in Cydia. The most interesting aspect of this tweak is that it allows you to save web pages to read later, even without an Internet connection. Definitely a tweak that works well and saves you from your wireless KB using.

WebOffline Allows you to save web pages to read offline

WebOffline works exactly like a native function of Mobile Safari: press the share button in the browser’s native iOS (the central one in the bar at the bottom) you can choose a new option from the pull-down menu called “Save for off-line” (you will find it at the end of the list). Pressing on it, the page you are viewing will be saved locally to be accessed without an Internet connection.

To view the saved page just open the Bookmarks menu and go inside the folder “Saved pages” that will be created automatically after you install WebOffline. Here you will find all the pages you saved previously, and with a simple tap on one of them to open them and view them offline. Of course the application is compatible with iOS 5 and iOS 4.

Find WebOffline in Cydia Store available at a price of $ 1.99 through the BigBoss repo.

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