Have been used to consuming your spare time by reading e-books on your iPhone or iPod touch? Or seize the time for more information by reading on iPhone along the way home or to work? Overall, with regards to entertainment, study or business, you have to read on iPhone. Among these e-books, PDF file may be the one you need to put on Apple devices, because PDF format is popular for e-book publishing or reports generating.
In the following paragraphs, we're likely to discuss the two common ways you need to know to transfer and read PDF books on iPhone for Mac. The tool you'll need a third-party program that is professionally in changing PDF eBooks or files into ePub format. Here I'd like to recommend EPUB Converter for Mac. With the ability to convert PDF to EPUB format with the original layout, hyperlinks, images 100% preserved.
The software comes with free trial version allowing you to experience its features in advance. Just click the below button to get it downloaded and installed on your computer.
Step 1: Import PDF files
Run the EPUB Creator for Mac, on the main interface, click "Add File" button to add the PDF files that you want to read on iPhone.
Step 2: Customize settings
On top menu, highlight "PDF to ePub" item. Every pdf files, you can set the conversiom mode from the "Conversion Mode" drop down arrow. Click "Browse" button to set another location to save the converted PDF files.
Step 3: Convert PDF to iPhone on Mac
Press "Convert" button to start conversion, a window will pop-up, you can set the output file name in the "Save As:" box, and choose a folder to save the output files.
It really is cool, right? If you're a Mac user, you can rely on this method.
If your iPhone is running on iOS 4, then you definitely should have the free e-book application, iBooks. Or else you have Lexcycle Stanza installed on iPhone. Both iBooks and Stanza are fully suitable for PDF format.
You are able to transfer PDF to iPhone via iTunes to iBooks and Stanza. It is pretty an easy task to achieve your goals. Drag and drop PDF files to your iTunes Library. Then sync PDF to your iPhone. That's it!