Ibooks Tips

How to download a book to your iPhone or iPad with iBooks

iBooks is a great way to download not only PDF files for safe keeping, but an even better way to download books. After all, that's what it was made for. The iBookstore has a vast collection of every kind of book you could possibly think of. Whether you're new to iOS in general or have never used iBooks until now, here's how to get started with download books on your iPhone or iPad.

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How to save PDF files from Safari directly to iBooks

Your iPhone or iPad allows you to save a PDF straight from Safari into iBooks. Whether you have the need to save forms, PDF formatted books, policies, or something as simple as a nutritional information sheet for your favorite restaurant - your iPhone and iPad has the ability to do this natively.

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Daily Tip: How to read iBooks, Kindle eBooks as "White on Black"

Trying to read an iBook or Kindle eBook at night and curious how to switch to white text on a black background so as not to strain your eyes or keep others awake from the glare? Luckily iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad have this feature built right in. We'll show you how to enable it after the break!

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Tip: Send your digital booklets to iBooks

Ever wonder how to get your digital booklets into iBooks? All of us probably have some sort of digital booklet we received as part of an album in iTunes, right? To be honest, I never really viewed them because I would typically be on the go when the mood struck, not necessarily sitting on front of a computer.

Well, did you know you can "convert" your digital booklets in iTunes to make them viewable in iBooks? This is so easy, it should be illegal. We'll show you how after the break!

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