How to put PDF on iPad 2
One of the improvements of the newly announced iPad 2 is that 9.7-inch multitouch screen designed for a better and broader viewing angle. With the free iBooks app, tons of ePub eBooks are available for you in the iBook store.
What about PDF eBook which is another popular file for multiple documents description or display? I think many of iPad users have this confusion that how to put PDF on iPad 2.
There are many good PDF readers like Stanza or GoodReader facilitates you to read PDF files on iPad. And you can upload PDFs to iPad as attachments in e-mail.
Above are traditional ways that can be substituted with the latest iBook to view PDFs on iPad, it now supports to import and read PDF files natively. Then you can download PDFs from safari or copy PDF to iPad 2 from local disk.
However, the industry standard format for eBook-ePub indeed does a zero effort job to compact with different readers or transfers and navigates smoother while reading such as, page turning or take marks. Then put PDF on iPad 2 as ePub files from a host of favorite PDF novels, magazines, articles, etc that stored in your PC can be enjoyed without any bothers on the go.
But how to convert PDF to ePub and take the conversion like a breeze rather than gain another trouble.
Thus you don’t need to upgrade your iTunes and iBooks to sync or read PDF eBooks.
The PDF to ePub Converter is the right choice for you to copy PDF to iPad 2 easily and flexibly.
The converter gives you the ability to customize the book information, layout, cover image, etc to get your preferring style of eBook.
Follow the three simple steps to view PDFs on iPad as ePub eBooks:
Download PDF to ePub Converter then install and open it.
Step 1: In the book-look user interface, you will find the “Add contents” on the upper right to load your files as chapters of the ebook. Change the names of them by clicking on it then retype.
You can batch add files up to around 100 at a time and it will copy PDF to iPad 2 without pause.
Step 2: Find the gear icon at the right corner alongside the “Build” button, click on it you will get the setting box.
Then you can detail the book info like author, title, description and one point you need to note is that choose the right language for the file. Otherwise upload PDFs to iPad will come into question marks.
Output eBook layout and setting-it allows you to define margins and line or paragraph spacing to fix layout and choose text and background color as you like. Then specify an output folder path.
Step 3: Double click the book cover at the left half of book and you can change it into any desired image from your PC. Now everything is done, just click “Build” to put PDF on iPad 2 in a while.
So the ePub eBooks exist there waiting for transfer to iPad or iPod or iPhone or any other gadgets. It also directly converts owner-password protected PDF files, but you need to offer open password.
If you want to upload PDFs to iPad without iTunes, you can also use the iPad ePub Transfer.
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