Aiseesoft iPad ePub Transfer – How to Transfer EPUB and PDF eBooks to iPad

iPad to Mac Transfer

Without doubt, eBooks have gradually replaced books to become the most common reading materials. And there are amounts of people love reading their TXT/HTML/PDF/EPUB eBooks on iPad/iPhone/Android phone and other portable devices, instead of computer. So TXT, HTML, PDF and EPUB eBooks often need to be opened and read on iPad, iPhone or other portable devices. Generally, TXT and HTML are easy to be opened, but how to add ePub and PDF books from computer to iPad? Here we recommend two ways to transfer ePub and PDF file from your computer to iPad. One is using iTunes to put ePub and PDF on iPad, the other is the ePub/PDF to iPad Transferring App to download PDF or ePub file to iPad from PC/Mac. Then you can use iBooks on your iPad to read EPUB and PDF books.

How to transfer PDF/ePub books from computer to iPad via iTunes

As the intermediary between iOS devices and PC/Mac, iTunes is a good choice for transferring PDF and EPUB books to iPad.

  • The Tools you need:
  • 1. iTunes on the computer you authorized to sync with iOS devices.
  • 2. USB cable

How to add ePub and PDF files with iTunes

Step 1 Open your iTunes on computer and connect it with your iPad.

Launch the iTunes on your authorized computer and connect your iPad with computer via USB cable. Then you will view your iPad icon on the top left menu bar. Click your iPad icon.

iPad interface

Step 2 Add PDF or ePub file to iTunes

Choose "File" > "Add File to Library", then you can transfer EPUB/PDF file to iTunes library.

Add ePub PDF

Step 3 Transfer ePub and PDF books to iPad

After the ePub and PDF files are transferred to iTunes, click "Sync Books" under "Books" in "Settings" to select all books or the ePub and PDF eBooks you just transferred. Then tap "Apply" in the bottom right list to download ePub and PDF files from computer to iPad.

Transfer to iPad

By now, you can save ePub and PDF books to iPad with iTunes easily. And enjoy the ePub and PDF eBooks in iBooks and other readers.

How to transfer ePub/PDF files to iPad with iPad ePub Transfer (Without iTunes)

Most eBooks lovers love EPUB and PDF eBooks because they can be opened and read in most eBooks readers, such as Kindle, iBooks, and Adobe Reader, etc. It is indeed an easy way to take use of iTunes to import ePub/PDF to iPad for reading conveniently. But if you want to transfer ePub or PDF file from iPhone to iPad, what can you do?

Here the EPUB Transferring Software comes. It helps you not only copy ePub and PDF file from computer to iPad/iPhone/iPod, but also transfer ePub and PDF eBooks among your iOS devices. Just follow the article below to copy ePub and PDF file from computer to iPad with the powerful transferring app.

  • The Tools you need:
  • FoneTrans – The best ePub and PDF to iPad transfer

How to get ePub/PDF file on iPad with FoneTrans

Step 1 Install and open the ePub/PDF transfer and connect with your iPad.

After downloading this app, install and launch it on your computer and connect your iPad with your computer. Then the ePub to iPad transfer will recognize your iPad automatically.

FoneTrans interface

Step 2 Click "Books" on the ePub/PDF downloading program.

When your iPad is shown on this software, click "Books" from the left menu.

Select books

Step 3 Add ePub/PDF file from computer to iPad.

After finding "Books", tap "Add Item" or "Add" > "Add File(s)", then you can transfer ePub/PDF books from your computer to iPad freely. And you will see the ePub and PDF files in the window.

Add ePub PDF to FoneTrans

When you have finished transferring, you can view and read your PDF and ePub books with ePub files reader or PDF reader for iPad. Moreover, you can also click "Export to" to export your selected ePub books and PDF file from iPad to computer directly with this iPad ePub Transfer. In addition, this software is able to help users transfer ePub and PDF books from iPad to other Apple portable devices (iPod touch, iPhone, iPad).

May 23, 2016 01:15 / Posted by to iPhone
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