Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 09:30 AM
"When you want to read your documents on the go, it's awfully convenient to do so in the iOS iBooks app. To get a document onto your iPhone or iPad, save it as a PDF file, drag that file to your iTunes library, and then sync it with your iOS device. Unfortunately, when you do this, you can lose something in the translation, including live links and audio and video files. If you'd like to save a more interactive version of your files and web pages to iBooks, there's an alternative. Create an ePub version of your document."
This is really a handy process to use, if you want to keep links and images in your document. The great thing is they will work just as they would if you were in a browser when you read them via iBooks. Click on a link and Safari will open up. Interactivity is always a bonus no? What are your thoughts, have you tried using this method or do you use another method to get your documents on your iPad?