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Save a PDF on your iPhone or iPad



  Saving a PDF document on an iPhone or iPad

While browsing the Internet, it is common to come across PDF files that you want to save on your iPhone or iPad for later viewing. Here's how to do it.

While viewing the PDF file in Safari, tap the Share button. The Share button is in a different location on an iPhone or iPad. On an iPhone, it is located in the lower left corner of the screen.

 The location of the Share button on an iPhone in Safari

On an iPad, the Share button is located just to the right of the browser's address bar. It always looks like a rounded square with an up arrow.

 The location of the Share button on an iPad in Safari

After tapping the Share button, iOS displays a list of ways that you can share or save the file, including sending it to others via sms or e-mail.

 Preparing to save a PDF file

Swipe your finger across the list until you find the app you want to open it.

 Choose to save a PDF file in Dropbox of Books

Many people choose to send a PDF to the built-in Books app for later viewing. Once stored in Books, it is always available via the Books app.

Some people prefer to save PDF & # 39; s in Dropbox (i.e., a paid service available in the App Store) so that they can later retrieve them on a computer. If you have Dropbox installed, this is an option in the list. You can save it to any file storage service you want, including Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.

iOS also has a way to save documents outside of a certain app called "Files".

If you want to save a PDF to Files, swipe down the list until you see the Files option and tap it. Then choose your storage location.

 Save a PDF file to files on iPhone

Later in the Files app you can see the PDF that you have just downloaded. Or, if you have saved the PDF in Books, you can open the Books app and read the PDF there.

 This view in the Files app shows your recently saved PDF

It is also possible to save a website as a PDF file for later use, which may come in handy.

Simple and easy!


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