Although Apple’s so-called ecosystem exists for a reason, to protect users from malicious developers and rogue code, it is sometimes a little restrictive. It’s perfectly legal for Apple users to stray outside the fold and use other software, by jailbreaking their phones and other iOS devices for example, but sometimes you really don’t want to go that far to get what you want.
Take eBooks for example. What if you don’t want to have to go through iTunes every time you want to read a book in iBooks or other eBook reading programs?
In the 21st Century we have a lot more answers to the question “what should I read?” Although hardback and paperback books are still made and are moderately popular, books are going the way music did with MP3, and now eBooks are more popular than they have ever been.
While there are many different eReader devices, from the Amazon Kindle to the Kobo etc. iOS devices are still popular electronic books, on both iPad and iPhone. With the launch of the iPad Mini in 2012 iOS devices became competitive with the Kindle and other devices for reading electronic books.
Getting books into your iOS device is more of a problem. iTunes is a big a slow program on most computers and getting a document into your iPad to read is not a quick hit and go process. What is needed is a program that’s not so gargantuan and bloated that it takes many minutes of your precious time to even load.
Fortunately we can suggest a great alternative, our iCareFone. With iCareFone you can add PDFs into iBooks on iPhone 7/7 Plus/6s/6/5s/5, iPad freely. Perfect of you just want to pop something into your iPad before you run for the train.
Once you have the program connected to your iPhone or iPad via the USB data cable, you can begin. Choose iBooks on the section of "File Manager" in iCareFone.
Click Import button on the iBooks management screen. Choose a PDF or multiple PDF files together and click Open. All PDFs will be added to iBooks on your iPhone, iPad successfully
That is it. Within 2 step, you can transfer PDF to iPhone without using iTunes. There you are! Freedom and speed of document transfers will revolutionise your life as a reader. You won’t know until you try it.
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