How to save webpages to iBooks on iOS


Save webpages
Save your favourite FNF articles as a PDF.
Photo: Ste Smith/Cult of Mac

A few weeks ago, I showed you how to turn text into a spoken iTunes track to allow you to read your favorite Cult of Mac articles on the move, while being offline.

But what if you just want to read your articles yourself, instead of having them read to you? Or how about printing out a webpage from your iPhone or iPad?

Well in my latest Quick Tips video, I’m going to show  you how to save webpages to iBooks, to read at a later time.

Check the video out below.

Converting webpages into a .pdf file means you are able to read any webpages while you have no internet connection.

The only downside to this technique is that it will have a few pages here and there of code depending on the webpage you save. Images will port over to the .pdf, but, again, they will be surrounded by some code.

The other reason this can be useful is to print out webpages when needed. There’s no way to natively print a webpage on iOS, meaning converting it to a .pdf and then printing it is the easiest way to get around this.

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