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How to store and sync PDFs with Apple Books


If you’re looking for a way to store and sync PDFs that you access frequently—whether they’re important business documents or ebooks—don’t to skip over one of the best options for iOS and macOS: Apple Books. The free app not only lets you purchase and read books, but it also imports your existing ebooks in PDF or ePub form, as well as any PDF document that you need to keep in sync between your devices.

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Where to get Apple Books

Apple Books comes pre-installed on your iOS devices, but if you have an older version of iOS or deleted the app from your device, you can also re-download it and install it from the App Store.

How to import PDFs into Apple Books

Here are the top two methods for importing eBooks and PDFs into Apple Books.

Importing PDFs from another app

You can import a PDF into Apple Books using any app that utilizes the iOS Share Sheet, which lets you share documents with other apps, whether it’s Safari, the Files app, or iMessage.

Open the PDF that you want to share and then tap the Share button. In the Share Sheet that appears on the top row, select Copy To Books (Figure A).

Figure A


Import a PDF sent through any number of apps by copying it to the Books app.

Creating a PDF using Safari

You can also create a PDF with Safari by navigating to a webpage that you want to turn into a PDF, and then selecting the Share button in the

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