How to Turn a Safari Webpage into a PDF on iPhone or iPad

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If you ever come across an article or webpage that has a lot of great information you want to save, you can turn that webpage into a PDF by using the Safari browser on iPhone. Once you’ve saved the webpage as a PDF, you can edit or mark up the document. Then you can export it to your favorite viewing application such as Kindle or Adobe Acrobat Reader, or even send it to someone else. Here’s how to turn a Safari webpage into a PDF on iPhone or iPad.

Related: How To Search a Safari Webpage

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How to Turn a Safari Webpage into a PDF

  • Open Safari and find the webpage you want to save as a PDF.

  • Tap the Share icon in the bottom center of the screen.

  • Scroll through your options until you see Markup as PDF. Tap on it.

  • A PDF version of the webpage will pop up. You can tap the marker icon in the upper right corner to edit it and mark up the PDF.

  • Once you’re done, tap the Share icon in the lower left corner. Here you can either share it with someone via messages and mail. Or you can copy it to your favorite reading application. You can even choose to print the PDF or save it to the new Files app.

That’s all there is to it! This feature is fantastic for easily saving information you want to have easy access to on your iOS devices.

 
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Conner Carey's writing can be found at conpoet.com. She is currently writing a book, creating lots of content, and writing poetry via @conpoet on Instagram. She lives in an RV full-time with her mom, Jan and dog, Jodi as they slow-travel around the country.