Finding anything interesting on the web tempts us to add it to the reading list to read it later when where offline. Apple’s stock browser, Safari makes it easier to add articles to reading lists so, you can read it later.
With the update of iOS 11, the browser has gotten even better and now you will be able to automatically add reading lists to your iCloud on devices running iOS 11 and later.
With this feature, you will easily be able to access all of your saved articles for offline reading on any of your Apple devices which are synced with the same iCloud account.
In simple words, if you saved any web articles on your iPhone then you will easily be able to catch it up on your Mac.
How to automatically Save Reading Lists to iCloud?
- Launch the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Scroll down and look for Safari. Tap on it.
- Scroll all the way down to the end and look for Automatically Save Offline. Turn the switch on next to it.
That’s it! Now all of you reading lists will now automatically be saved to iCloud and synced across other devices. You will then be able to read it on any device that is using the same iCloud account.
How to stop Reading Lists from automatically saving to iCloud?
However, if sometimes you don’t want your reading lists to save to iCloud account then you can easily disable automatic saving.
To do that,
- Go to Settings > Safari.
- Scroll all the way down to the end and look for Automatically Save Offline. Turn the switch off next to it.
After doing that, Reading Lists won’t be automatically saved to iCloud and synced across different devices.