Hello. Im using ipad, and i just transfered some pdf files to it. But i can read them only on iBooks application, and i would like to do it on Adobe reader (because you can mark, write something on a document) . How to transfer my files to Adobe reader document list? Thank you.
There are apps available for iPad who are really good PDF readers. I suggest you to to open the Adobe reader document list and if there is any option to import pdf file then follow the step and if it is done successfully then you will be able to see it in the Adobe Reader Document List. BTW if you want to transfer all kinds of data that iOS supports then you can do it using iPad File Transfer software. Such application is available and you read more about it on the following website, http://www.ipadfiletransfer.com
Wrong forum (this is Android), but the answer is here: http://learn.adobe.com/wiki/display/readermobile/iOS+FAQ
Here's what works for me, I email the PDF to myself (my account allows for files up to 50mb) I then read it in Mail and select "Open In" and choose Adobe Reader and voila it's now added to the documents list in Adobe Reader.
Here's what works for me, I email the PDF to myself (my account allows for files up to 50mb) then I read the PDF in Mail and select "Open in" and choose Adobe Reader and voila the PDF is now in Adobe Reader.
As an office staff, you may need to deal with a pile of papers and sometimes you are required to do file conversion in order to share or distribute documents in an easier way. And if you are handling a batch of PDF files every day, a helpful PDF conversion program could be your biggest demand. To convert PDF to other popular file formats for editing and sharing, Mac users can have a try with Coolmuster PDF Converter Pro for Mac.
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eBookMobi does what you indicated, which is to read ePub, Mobi and PDF books that are free (no DRM). I connected the iPad to my Windows 7 computer and did a drag and drop of the book files into the eBook Mobi window and synched. I can read them all just fine on the iPad, just as you indicated. Thank you so much for helping me with this (How to read mobi books on iPad)
However, since all your e-books are DRM-free, may I suggest you try some of the other apps such as iBooks, Kindle, Stanza, etc. they are free apps and can read a variety of books. That way, you can see, with no cost, which e-book reader might be the best for you.
Well, you mean you want to read your PDF files on iPad, right? I know 2 methods which can help, one can help you read PDF on iPad with iBooks, the other one allows you to convert PDF to ePub so that you can read them on your iPad! And to to these, don't miss this guide here which includes these two methods with the help of iPubsoft PDF to ePub Converter:
You can transfer files to your device with the help of iTunes. Please go through the blog at the following url to learn how: https://blogs.adobe.com/pdfitmatters/2011/10/transferring-pdf-files-to -ios-devices.html
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