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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Add Website Shortcut on Home Screen

Bookmarks your favourite or most visited website is one of the way that you can do to make you more faster and easier when you want to visit them. By doing this, you don't need to enter the URL each time you want to access them, you just need to tap Bookmark icon then choose which the bookmarked website you wish to visit.

See also: How to Add and View Bookmark on Samsung Galaxy S3

One more way to make you more easier and faster accessing the bookmarked website is by adding the shortcut to them in the Home screen. This of course will save your time, because you just need to tap the shortcuts on the Home screen to visit them without having to open the Browser apps first.

How to add shortcut to a website on Home screen?
To do so kindly follow the steps listed below:
  1. Long tap on the Home screen.
  2. On pop up menu select Add to Home screen.
  3. Tap Widget tab.
  4. Find Bookmark 1x1 widget, then tap and hold to move it on your Home screen.
  5. Now you'll see thumbnails of the bookmarked website.
  6. Choose which bookmarked website you wish to add its shortcuts.
  7. Finish. The shortcuts of your selected bookmarked website has been created on the Home screen.

Once you've done these steps, now you can easily accessing your favourites website by tapping the shortcuts on the Home screen then it will load the site in the Browser apps. For the record, make sure you have space enough on your Home screen before you add the widget.


  1. So I added a web page to my home screen to read later but it was full. I cleared some icons off and went to save the page again but it wouldn't let me. I'm guessing because I already saved it but where did it go?

    1. Hi Mickey S,
      Thanks for coming.
      To see all of saved pages, while you're in the Internet app, tap the Bookmark icon located at the top right corner of the screen and then tap the "Saved pages" tab to see all of pages you have saved before.


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