Create a PDF from a Web Page on Android Oreo
Edited by Jay
PDFs are great because they can be viewed on your Android device whether it's connected to the internet or not. Sometimes you may come across a web page that contains content that's so interesting; you want to retain a copy for offline viewing. This is especially helpful when getting into longer articles that sometimes demand greater attention.
Say for example you're going to be without internet access for some time; you could round up a variety of exciting content, convert the pages to PDFs, then view them on your Android device at your leisure. There is also the odd chance that a web page's content could be removed or taken offline, so grabbing a digital copy of it beforehand could come in handy.
Depending on the software you use, PDFs can also be edited. This is particularly helpful for research and academic purposes. Once you have a PDF of a web page, you can continue to reference it whenever you wish.
In the following VisiHow how-to, we're going to show you three ways to save a web page as a PDF; using the Chrome browser, using the Firefox browser, and with a free app called Web Conversion Suite.
For this article, we used a Google Pixel running Android 8.1.0.
Convert a Web Page to a PDF with Google Chrome on Android
- 5Once on the Save as PDF screen, tap the little triangle under "Paper size:". This will expand additional options that can be changed, such as; Color, Paper size, Orientation, and how many pages to include in the PDF.
Convert a Web Page to a PDF with Firefox on Android
Create a PDF from a Web Page using the Web Conversion Suite App
There are a variety of free and paid apps that will convert web content into PDFs. For this article, we used Web Conversion Suite. You're free to use any app you wish, just make sure it converts web pages to PDFs.