Transfer PDF Files to GoodReader on iPad
With GoodReader on your iPad, you can read virtually anything, anywhere: books, movies, maps, pictures. Use it once and you'll be hooked. Soon you'll be wondering how you ever managed to use your iPad without GoodReader.
GoodReader has earned its accolades by the way it handles huge PDF and TXT files, manuals, large books, magazines, and renderings of 100 mb and more with great speed. The easiest way to transfer PDF files to GoodReader on iPad is through a USB transfer, but GoodReader also has a Wi-Fi transfer option. To use this, both your iPad and computer must connect wirelessly to the same network, which must be configured to allow devices to recognize each other.
You cal also use the PDF to ePub Converter to convert PDF to ePub formats for iPad, so you can use the free app iBooks to read ePub files on iPad at will.
How to Put PDF Files to GoodReader on iPad?
Step 1: Connect your iPad to the computer with your PDF files via the iPad's USB connection cord, as if you were synching the iPad to your computer.
Step 2: Launch iTunes if it doesn't start automatically when you connect. If the sync process begins automatically, stop it or wait for it to finish.
Step 3: Click your iPad under "Devices" in the left iTunes pane, and then click the "Apps" tab in the main pane. Click "GoodReader" from the "File Sharing" section of that pane; scroll down if necessary to find it.
Step 4: Open the folder with your PDF files and drag them all into the GoodReader documents window in the iTunes main pane. Press "Ctrl" and "A" together on the keyboard to select all the files at once before dragging.
Disconnect your iPad after the process to import PDF files to GoodReader on iPad is complete and the iTunes screen says it's safe to disconnect.
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