This post shows you how to download and save a PDF file on your iPhone 4/4S/5/5C/5S/SE/6/6S.
When surfing the internet on iPhone or computer, you may see some PDF files that are worthwhile to be downloaded. However, where to store them? From the perspective of me, iPhone is a perfect place to store PDF files. If you store PDFs on iPhone, you can read the manual on several iDevices without having to reload the PDF files over the Internet.
Don’t know how to download and store PDFs on iPhone? Here on this post, we will show you two ways to save PDFs on iPhone, including saving PDFs on iPhone from iPhone’s browser and saving PDFs from computer’s browser on iPhone.
Step 1. Open Safari app or other browsers, find the PDF you want to download.
Step 2. Tap the PDF and you will find the link named “Open in iBooks”, click it then the PDF would be downloaded to iBooks on your iPhone. You may also click ” Open in” to choose to save the PDF on iCloud Drive or other PDF readers like Adobe Acrobat or PDF Reader.
Step 1. Download a PDF to computer. Go to Google or other browsers, find the PDF you want to download. (If you searching in Google, just input filetype: pdf and the theme of the PDF, for example, filetype: pdf how to use iPhone. This search command will help you find the PDF you need quickly.) Save it to desktop or anywhere you like.
Step 2. Transfer downloaded PDF from computer to iPhone. You may use iTunes to transfer downloaded PDF from computer to iPhone. However, during the transferring process, iTunes could erase music, films, TV programs, books and ringtones which were on your iPhone. If you don’t want to lose any data on your iPhone, you can try an iTunes alternative – AnyTrans for iOS. It could help you transfer PDFs on computer to iPhone without any data loss, for detailed steps, please refer to How to Put PDF Files on iPhone >
A lot of people are confused about where downloaded PDFs go on iPhone. As mentioned above, while downloading PDFs from an iPhone browser, downloaded PDFs automatically go to iBook. However, if you choose to download PDFs to iCloud Drive or other PDF readers, they’d go to iCloud Drive or other PDF readers. If you don’t have a PDF reader, PDF files are still on your iPhone, just download one PDF reader and the PDF files you downloaded can be found inside the PDF reader.
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