Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Bookmark a Webpage and View It in the Stock Browser App in Android 4.4 Kitkat

Internet app is one of the stock apps available in the Samsung Galaxy SIV that you can use to browse webpages. You need to have an internet connection to make this app works. You can get it by connecting to a Wi-Fi network or by using mobile data.

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As with another stock apps, Internet app also has come with some useful features that will facilitate your activities while using this app. One of features available in this app is a bookmark feature. This feature will allow you to bookmark a currently opened webpage to make you easier to access them later.

How to bookmark a webpage?
You can do so by following the steps below:
  1. Open the Internet app.
  2. Tap the address bar, and then enter the web address or URL by using the on-screen keyboard and then tap Go.
  3. The webpage will be loaded shortly.
  4. Once the webpage is fully loaded, tap Bookmark icon located at the top right corner of the screen.
  5. In the Bookmarks tab, tap Add bookmark.
  6. If necessary, you can create new folder for your bookmark by tapping My device option and then tap Create new folder icon . Enter the name for your new folder then tap Done button. Now, you can select the newly created folder to save your bookmark.
  7. If necessary, you can edit the bookmark name in the Title field.
  8. Tap Save button.
  9. The webpage has been bookmarked.

How to view a bookmarked webpage?
When a webpage has been bookmarked, then you can easily access the webpage later by following the steps below:
  1. Open the Internet app.
  2. Tap Bookmark icon located at the top right corner of the screen.
  3. Tap Bookmarks tab. Here all bookmarked webpages will be displayed.
  4. Tap the desired bookmark you want to view.
  5. The selected bookmark will be loaded shortly.

Given its function, it'll be useful if you use bookmark feature to bookmark your favourite webpages so that you can access them easily whenever you want without having to enter the web address. Aside from bookmark favourite webpages, I usually use this feature to bookmark a useful webpage that I find while I'm browsing webpages but having no time to read it. So, by bookmarking the webpage, I can easily load then read them later without struggling hard to remember what the web address are.

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