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Transfer PDF to iPad 2

The iPad 2 is coming. Recently the Apple corporate released the new edition of iPad. Compared to the former one, it is thinner, lighter and faster. A Plenty of merits boost your surfing, watching, gaming and everything. It is a symbol step towards portable Wi-Fi world. 

Unfortunately, the iPad still doesn’t support to view PDF files directly. Thus, people who do opt to snap up the iPad 2 or have already had one may have the same problem about how to transfer PDF to iPad 2.

Actually you can send PDF files as attachment via e-mail to transfer PDF files into ipad2 and open it in the Mail application of iPad then you can view the PDF files.

Or you can directly transfer PDF to iPad 2 with iTunes 10 as following:

1. Launch it and connect your iPad to your PC
2. Add your PDF files to the iTunes library
3.After adding, sync the PDF files to your iPad
So you could read the PDF files through PDF reader on iPad such as the awesome one-GoodReader.

However, there may be some questions that you need to upgrade to iTunes 10 and at least iBooks 1.1 and the navigation of PDF files in iPad isn’t the smoothest and can’t reflow. Thus the reading experience is relatively poor especially for eBook lovers.

Thus transfer PDF files into ipad2 as ePub format is a better choice to improve your habits to read PDF files on iPad2.

Why? – Firstly, as the ePub format is the industry-standard for eBooks that will bring you an optimized way to view PDF files. Secondly, it can be directly transferred with any version of iTunes and organized with iBooks.

The most convenient way to transfer PDF to iPad 2 in ePub format is to use a PDF to ePub Converter.

transfer PDF files into ipad2 Download the PDF to ePub Converter.

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How to transfer PDF to iPad 2 in ePub form with PDF to ePub Converter?

Step 1: Download and install PDF to ePub Converter then run it. And you will get an intuitive interface.

Step 2: Add PDF files/eBooks to the converter and customize the related options for better result after converting.

Step 3: Remember to specify an output folder path. Finally click the “Convert” button to start conversion. Within seconds, you will get the ePub files in your PC.

The three simple steps can be manipulated in the easy-to-use interface without any extra explanation.

Now you are able to transfer PDF to iPad 2 as the flat ePub format with any applications like iTunes to sync into iPad 2.
Alternatively you can use an iPad ePub Transfer to flexibly transfer between PC and iPad.

The key feature of the PDF to ePub Converter:

  • Stand-alone desktop program allows you to make conversion without PDF reader either on/off line.
  • Preserve the images, text, fonts, layout and all the content of original PDF file.
  • It enables you to customize output font and background color, etc, so you will get the eBook as you want.
  • You can transfer PDF files into ipad2 for eBook reading as ePub format in bulk at each time.
  • Convert even encrypted PDF files smoothly to guarantee you to read PDF files on iPad2 without any questions.

You see to transfer PDF files into ipad2 with PDF to ePub Converter will simplify and solve all the problems about reading or viewing. Just enjoy the great reading experience on it.

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6 Responses to “ Transfer PDF to iPad 2 ”
  1. candy Said,

    It’s an expected tool for me, I will buy it. Last time I just confused how i can transfer PDF to iPad 2. I really need this ability, so I have a bunch PDF eBook to read on subway or mini bus. It’s takes me a long time on traffic.
    TX……

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  3. Brian Said,

    I think transfer PDF to iPad 2 can be feasible with your converter. And I read ePub novels, kindle files as well as PDF eBook. The best effect for reading is indeed with ePub format. Not only for iPad, iPod and iPhone or any other mobile devices all support to freely read it.
    What are the chances an app gets developed to allow us to download PDF docs?

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  5. Jim Walton Said,

    I find two problems with both PDF and ePub. First, PDF files are not complete on the iPad. I have used numerous readers, and they all suffer the same problems. A page full of text is displayed, but if it has less than that, it doesn’t appear. So, title pages, pages with handwritten notes, and pages with images show up blank. This is true of numerous PDF files that appear fine in Adobe on the PC, but not with any reader including iBooks, CloudReaders, Stanza, and Papers.

    I’m a genealogist, so many of the books I read are copies of old texts. They are paginated with footnotes and page headings which don’t flow well in ePub. It ignores pagination so I have footnotes in the middle of the page. PDF copies of these books read fine, even on the iPad, except for the missing pages.

    I’m somewhat disappointed as I bought the iPad with the idea that I could put my genealogical library there and use that as my reading tool. Hasn’t been too successful so far, and even the commercial programs I have downloaded are a disappointment. I like the ePub format, but it just doesn’t work for my needs. :-|

  6. Yolanda Reply:

    Normally say, ePub files will navigate more smooth than pdf files on prtable device like iPad. On many e-readers, ePub files works perfect to display ebooks. Maybe iPad is still need to be optimized to solve problem.
    In order to read the netirely content of PDF file, I suggest you to convert PDF to image files firstly then convert all these images to an ePub file with PDF to ePub Converter. Thus you can view the content including text, image and even graphics completely and the only drawback is that you are not able to comment, mark some such on the file. You can try!

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  7. NIYONSABA Said,

    hey,when i transfer pdf files to my ipad2 some files become flux, i mean not well visible, how can i resolve this problem?
    thanks

  8. Yolanda Reply:

    There are two ways you may try:
    1. Convert PDF files to ePub files then transfer to your iPad2. Because ePub is more suitable and standard format for portable reading.
    2. Search for a PDF viewer for iPad2. Such as, GoodReader

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