Normally all iOS devices like iPhone and iPad allow you to convert a file into PDF, so you can easily view, save, archive, copy, and import it into other apps. In other words, you totally can print document or the web page to PDF on any app on your devices with support for printing. Now, let’s see how it works.
How to Print to PDF from Almost Anything on your iPhone
In this post, we are going to print a Safari web page to PDF on your iPhone
Step 1: First and foremost, when you want to print a page, you need to tap the Share icon at the bottom of the screen
Step 2: Next, you need to tap the Print icon on the Share Sheet
Step 3: If you are using iPhone 6 or 6 Plus above, you are able to use the 3D Touch feature. After tapping and holding your finger down on the preview of the document to “peek” at it, you need to press stronger to “pop” into the whole document
- On older iPhone models, you can use the pinch-out gesture. Specifically, you just need to put two fingers together on the preview and spread them out on the screen
Step 4: You now need to tap the Share icon at the bottom of the screen
Step 5: Once you are done, you can choose to save the PDF file to the cloud, email it to your mail box, or save it to other apps as well.
The last thing you should notice is that the file name for the PDF file will be based on the title of the web page. That’s all you need to do to print files to PDF on your iPhone. Keep in mind that the above process only works for apps that include a PDF export feature.
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