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f9488a8cf8 For example, Google Docs. In my case, I have a folder inside iTunes Files. Order iPhone 7: AT&T Verizon T-Mobile Sprint Apple Mastering Mail How to save attachments in Mail for iPhone and iPad By Rene Ritchie Wednesday, Aug 24, 2016 at 12:59 pm EDT 14 Comments You can save your email attachments to iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and more! You receive an email with a file attached to it, maybe a spreadsheet or presentation, a PDF or plain text. Its actually given me a greater sense of productivity and security because of its functionality and the fact that the files in the app (with the exception of synced folders) tend to also be backed up in encrypted iOS backups, and maybe iCloud backups as well (I cant recall). Launch Mail from your Home screen. I had to scroll past that to 'copy to iA Writer' before it would actually transfer the text.
Yeah, it's messier. With it, you can save any attachment you receive to any online storage service you use, including iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive. Now tap on the open in iBooks The book will then be automatically opened in iBooks . Suuure, I could have a VA download all those PDFs to a shared dropbox, and then hire them to click all those stupid fucking links. Yeah, the language is precise given the mechanics of what it's doing, but it's not intuitive. How to transfer PDF or Epub books to iBooks through Dropbox (without iTunes) Another way of transferring to iBooks without using iTunes is through Dropbox. Works only for books in pdf format. Dont get me wrong, Im very happy to be able to download files this way, but I wish Apple would let me access part of the drive of my iPhone or iPad so I can painlessly download stuff to my liking. RK Wow that is a neat solution natively (without jailbreak).