With Apple Books, you can store and mark up PDFs and more.
You can save a PDF from your email or a website into the Books app. You can also save an email or webpage as a PDF, import PDFs from other apps, or add PDFs to your Apple Books Library on your Mac.
On your iOS device, tap the PDF to open it, then tap . Swipe through the middle row, then tap Copy to Books.
Each third-party app is different. Steps might vary.
Look for an option to Share or . Then choose Copy to Books. You might also see an option to “Open in,” then choose Copy to Books.
If you can’t find anything like the above, look for an option to Print or AirPrint. Then follow the steps to save the PDF like you would for an email or webpage.
Open Apple Books, then find your PDF file in Finder or on your Desktop and drag the file into your Library.
Your PDF will be available in the Books app on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, as long as you’re signed into the same Apple ID and have iCloud Drive turned on for Books.
Find the PDF that you want to view or mark up in the Library section of the Books app. Tap the PDF to open it. You can swipe through pages or scroll to read the document.
Tap the PDF to open the options menu.
In the Library section of the Books app, find the PDF that you want to print or email. Tap in the lower-right corner below the PDF, then tap Share PDF. Choose Mail or Print, then follow the onscreen instructions.
From the Share menu, you can also copy the PDF to paste somewhere else, send it via Messages, Save to Files, or import it to any other apps that appear.
In the Library section of the Books app, find the PDF that you want to delete, then tap in the lower-right corner below the PDF’s cover icon. You might see one of two options:
Choose Delete Everywhere to remove the PDF from iCloud Drive on all of your devices.