1. scott763's Avatar
    I just got my Ipad2 and am trying to get my company manuals downloaded to it. This is my first Ipad, i have an iphone but all the apps that are suppost to work fall short so all i have have done is thrown away money on apps that don't work.
    It would have been nice if apple made this easier.
    Looking for help.

    Thanks

    Scott
    Last edited by scott763; 06-01-2011 at 07:03 PM.
    06-01-2011 06:59 PM
  2. rayz336's Avatar
    You can add them through iTunes if they're PDFs and access through iBooks.
    06-01-2011 07:14 PM
  3. Kale58's Avatar
    I just got my Ipad2 and am trying to get my company manuals downloaded to it. This is my first Ipad, i have an iphone but all the apps that are suppost to work fall short so all i have have done is thrown away money on apps that don't work.
    It would have been nice if apple made this easier.
    Looking for help.

    Thanks

    Scott

    What is it that you're actually trying to accomplish? What iPhone apps were you planning to use on your iPad and in what way are they falling short? A little more info and we'll be able to offer more appropriate answer.

    Posted with Tapatalk
    06-01-2011 07:36 PM
  4. Fausty82's Avatar
    You can add them through iTunes if they're PDFs and access through iBooks.
    +1.

    This is the cheapest and most reliable method... there are dedicated .pdf readers in the App Store... but loading them via iTunes and reading them in iBooks is a very solid way to go.
    06-02-2011 10:00 AM
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD