NEW! Email us a link and we'll reply with the contents of that web page.

Using EmailThis from your phone just got a lot easier. You can now save articles to your email without installing any additional apps or bookmarklets. Just follow these 3 steps to save webpages from Chrome or Firefox browsers (or from other applications like Medium, News apps etc.) -

  1. Tap the "Share" button (the one with an arrow pointing up) located at the bottom of your screen
  2. Tap the "Email" option. You can use Gmail or any other email application.
  3. Send the email to [email protected].
    That's it!. In a couple of minutes, you'll get a beautifully formatted email from us with the content & images from that page. You can then read it whenever you want.

Alternately, you can also install our bookmarklet to the browser in your iOS device.



Add EmailThis to your iPhone or iPad.

Step 1. Select the following text and copy it to your clipboard.


Step 2. Bookmark the page
Tap on the Share button (the one with an arrow pointing up) located at the bottom of your screen. Then select the option labeled Add Bookmark.
Then tap the Save button.


Step 3. Edit Bookmark

  • Tap the Bookmarks icon (the one that looks like an open book) and then tap the Edit button in the bottom.
  • Tap the "EmailThis" bookmark that you added in Step 2.
  • Tap the Address line (which starts with 'https://'), clear it by tapping the cross icon.
  • Finally, paste the text that had copied in Step 1.
    That's it. You can now start using EmailThis from your the Chrome browser in your mobile/tablet.

After you add the bookmarklet, check out our quick usage guide for a visual guide about using Email This.

Add Bookmarklet in iOS (iPhone/iPad)

Note: Please add [email protected] to your email address book to ensure that your saved bookmarks don't get accidently sent to the Spam/Junk/Promotions folder. Alternately, you can also create a separate folder for your bookmarks.


Add the bookmarklet in your web browser
Add the bookmarklet to an Android device (mobile/tablet)