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Send websites and docs to iBooks
Authored by: Mac Berry on Jul 01, '10 04:27:43AM

Firstly, I don't have a books collection in the sidebar of iTunes 9.2; how do I get one!?

But also, if you only want the pdf on your iPhone/iPad, not in iTunes, or even if you don't use iTunes to sync (I don't, other than manually transferring music; I use MobileMe for OTA synching), iOS4 includes an easy way to get pdf's into iBook. Read any pdf on your phone/pad (eg if it was an e-mail attachment), and you'll get an "Open in iBook" option, which should have been called "Save in iBook", because even after you delete the original copy, it'll still be there in iBook.

This has completely replaced FileMagnet for me.

Mark



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