Tap on Open in iBooks. After you have opened a PDF document in Mail, tap the arrow button and tap on Open in iBooks. You will find the PDF file on a shelf in the iBooks. To open it, tap on the file (it may still be in the download process to your iPad).
· On your Mac, open Apple Books, then find your PDF file in Finder or on your Desktop and drag the file into your Library. Your PDF will be available in the Books app on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, as long as you're signed into the same Apple ID …
· While viewing the PDF file in Safari, tap on the Share button. The Share button is in a different location on an iPhone or an iPad. On an iPhone, it is in the lower-left corner of the screen. 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 arrow pointing ...
· If you want to move file from your computer, visit iCloud.com on web page and log in your account. And then click iCloud Drive to upload PDF. If you want to transfer PDF from iPhone, you need to upload file through three-dot icon > Save to Files > iCloud Drive > Add button. Go to iPad, open Files.
You can save any PDF onto an iPad, and read them in apps like Apple Books and Google Drive. Here's how to save PDFs on an iPad, with specific steps.
· Add your PDF file into your iTunes library as a book. You should be able to do this without changing the format. The next time you synchronise your computer with your iPad the book will be synced along with everything else.
· Tap the PDF. If it's an email attachment, it's probably at the bottom of the message. This opens the file in a simple reader. If you're using Safari, the Mail app, or the Gmail app, the PDF should open in a basic readable format. You can swipe left or right through the file to flip through the pages. If you just need a quick glance at the file, this could be enough for you. If you …
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