Want to save a web page for offline reading on iPhone or iPad? Safari for iOS, the default web browser on iOS device, allows us to save webpage as PDF on iPhone iPad easily. In this quick guide, we will show you how to do that in iOS 13. Note that Safari has changed a lot in the recent iOS 13 update. If your iOS device is running iOS 12 or earlier, the following methods may not work.
Method 1. Save Webpage as PDF in Safari – iOS 13
Open the web page you like to save on your iPhone or iPad. Tap Action button (square with upward arrow icon) at the bottom. This will bring up the action menu at the lower section of your iPhone or iPad screen. Tap Options to change the file type from Automatic to PDF. Tap Done. You will then see a screen like this.
Choose Save to Files, select a folder in your iCloud account or local iPhone iPad storage and save.
Method 2. Save Webpage as PDF in Safari – iOS 13
Take a screenshot on iPhone, your phone screen will flash and you can see the preview of the screenshot taken on the bottom left corner of your phone screen. Tap on the screenshot preview to open it in full screen and then switch from Screen to Full Page from the top.
Tap Done, then Save PDF to Files, select a folder on your local storage or iCloud drive to save the PDF file.