We're live at WWDC 2013 where Apple has just announced OS X Mavericks. Interestingly enough, we've noticed that the dock has some new additions that are yet to be announced. The most notable, are independent icons for both iBooks and Maps. In the screen above, you can blatantly see icons for what looks like both iBooks and Maps. We'll bring more coverage as Apple announces them but...
Just like physical copies of books, some books in iBooks can be pricey at times. While you can go to a store and open a physical book and browse through it before committing to a purchase, what about buying online? As it happens, iBooks will let you download a sample of most books before deciding to buy. Follow along and we'll show you how.
iBooks not only allows you to store all your books and PDFs in one place, but lets you make easy to access bookmarks in any book you'd like for quick reference later. Just bookmark a page and jump back to it whenever you'd like. Here's how:
If you download books to read with iBooks for iPhone and iPad, you can easily adjust reading settings such as text size, screen brightness, and more right within the app to better suit your reading preferences. Follow along and we'll show you how.
If you use iBooks to organize and hold your books and PDFs, there are lots of useful tools at your disposal to make finding what you're looking for even easier. One of those tools is the ability to search any book or PDF in its entirety for certain text. Here's how:
iBooks is a great way to download books and PDFs straight to your iPhone and iPad as well as manage them. If you frequently read or download titles that you don't plan on reading again, you can always delete them to remove some clutter from your virtual bookshelves. Here's how:
If you download books with iBooks or use it to save and view PDF files from Safari, you may find yourself scrolling through a lot of titles to find exactly what you're looking for. Instead of searching and weeding through a jumble of books and PDFs, you can easily create collections so you can find what you're looking for faster and more efficiently. Here's how:
If you use iBooks to purchase and download books to your iPhone or iPad, you have a very easy way to find exactly what you're looking for using the table of contents. It allows you to jump through chapters, read summaries in some cases, and more. If you're new to iBooks, follow along to find out how to quickly navigate a book using the table of contents on your iPhone and iPad.
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.