In iOS 11, Safari, Apple’s web browser, has got some new features, like Cross Site Tracking prevention feature and Siri integration, making your web browsing experience less painful. There is a hidden Safari feature in iOS 11 that allows you to create a PDF from webpage on your iPhone and iPad.
In this step-by-step guide, we will go through the steps to create a PDF from webpage on your iPhone and iPad. Before we get started, make sure you are now running iOS 11. If you are not sure, head to Settings > General > Software Update and check for any available updates.
How to create a PDF from webpage in iOS 11
Step one: First off, launch Safari from your home screen and then hit the Share button from the toolbar at the top (If you now own an iPhone, hit the Share button at the bottom of the screen)
Step two: From the sharing sheet, tap on Create PDF option (if you don’t see the option, just simply swipe right from left until you locate Create PDF)
Step three: Once you are done, hit Done at the top left corner of the screen and then tap on Save File To… from the drop-down menu
Step four: Select where you want to save your PDF and then hit Add to save your work.
How to share a PDF in iOS 11
Once you are satisfied with your work, you now can share it with your friends and family. To do this, you can follow the steps below.
Step one: Head to the folder that contains your PDF and tap on it to proceed
Step two: From the PDF preview, hit the Share button and then select your sharing option from the list. You can save it to Spark, iBooks and Apple’s new Files app.
Step three: If you want to add a little bit of customization to your PDF, you can hit the Markup button next to the Share button at the top. From the Markup screen, you can add text, annotations and write on your PDF. Once you are done, hit the Done button and save it to your desired folder.
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