iOS has plenty of options which many of iPhone users do not aware of it. One such option is to save the complete webpage in PDF format from Safari. The PDF file can be annotated and shared using your favorite app. It is also possible to save the PDF file to iCloud drive or within iPhone for later offline use. In this tutorial let us explain how to save webpage as PDF in iPhone using Safari.
How to Save Webpage as PDF in iPhone?
Open the webpage in Safari and then tap on the “Share” button.
Tap on the “Create PDF” button as shown below. You should swipe the buttons left to find the “Create PDF” button.
On the next screen you will you see two options – one is annotate the generated PDF and the second is share or save the PDF as it is.
Save PDF As It Is
If you want to save the generated PDF file as it is then tap on the “Share” icon. Here you can do two things. One is to share the PDF file using Message, Mail or Dropbox apps. Second option is to tap on “Save to Files” button and save the PDF file in iCloud drive or in your iPhone.
When you save the file, choose the folder in which you want to save from iCloud or local phone.
Annotate PDF and Save
iOS allows you to annotate and save the PDF file with the annotation marks. After creating the PDF from the webpage in Safari, tap on the “Annotate” icon to see further options.
- Tap on annotate icon
- Use annotation tools to choose pen, color and shapes and other options
- Add annotation on the PDF where you want to insert
- Once completed, tap on “Done”
Tapping on “Done” will prompt you to save or delete the file. Choose save option and save the annotated PDF to iCloud drive.
If you want to share the annotated PDF, tap on the “Share” icon and choose the app to send the PDF file.
That’s it!!! Hereafter you can just save any webpage as PDF add your own text and instantly send to your friends using Messages or Mail app.