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Saving webpages as PDF on iPhone and iPad is no longer a complex task. iOS 11 makes it a lot easier to not just instantly convert a web page into PDF but also allows you to annotate it with the desired effect.

While browsing the web, whenever I come across any interesting webpage worth keeping on my device, I like to save it as PDF. And with the use of Markup tool, I give it my personal touch before sharing them with my close friends. Want to know how it works? Let's find out!

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How to Save Web page as PDF on iPhone and iPad

How to Save Web pages as PDF in iOS 11 Safari

Step #1. Launch Safari on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next, head over to any site and then the webpage which you want to save as PDF.

Step #3. Now, tap on the Share button.

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Tap on Share Icon in Safari on iPhone

Step #4. In the Activities sheet, tap on Create PDF.

Step #5. Once, PDF is created, tap on Done.

Step #6. Tap on Save File to…

Step #7. Select the location and save the web page as PDF.

Save Webpage as PDF on iPhone

If you wish to share the PDF, tap on Share button at the bottom left corner.

Tap on Share Icon in Web Page in Safari on iPhone

Choose the medium through which you want to share it. For instance, you can send the file via iMessage or email it to your friend.

How to Annotate PDF Files Using Markup Tool on iPhone and iPad

With Markup tool, you can perfectly annotate your PDF files. There are several tools to let you add text and draw the file.

Once you have converted a webpage into a PDF file (steps from 1 to 4), tap on the Sketch Pen button at the top right corner. Or, head over to the app where you have saved PDF file and open it. Now, use the various tools to annotate it.

Annotate PDF Files Using Markup Tool on iPhone and iPad

Head over to this complete guide to using Markup tool with aplomb. (You might also like to check out: how to use screenshot Markup tool in iOS 11)

Video: How to Save WebPage as a PDF on iOS 11

Wrap up

So, that's the simplest way of converting web pages into PDF on iOS devices! Have any feedback for us? It would be great to have your views in the comments.

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.
  • Robert

    This has since been added to iOS. In iOS Safari, click the share icon next to address bar and click the “save PDF to iBooks” icon.

  • tonton

    This type of service doesn’t work with temporary web pages that are returned through web forms.

    For example, if I make an appointment through the United States Consular website, the website returns a page that says “please print this page”. If you copy and paste that URL to ANY service or any other browser, you get redirected. So there appears to be no way to print such a page from mobile Safari, unfortunately, and this “solution” doesn’t help.

  • Sunny

    This site works well on mobile phones: