iOS 9 was released earlier in the year but it is still possible to find a gem of a feature that has gone under the radar amidst the bigger changes and additions.
Saving web content as PDF documents has always been a handy way of saving receipts or booking confirmations online without firing up the printer and wasting paper and ink.
Now you can do it on your iPhone or iPad too.
All you do is whilst in the browser, tap the share button and one of the options will be save PDF. To iBooks. Once it is in there you can organise it.
Note that if you don’t see the “Save PDF to iBooks” option, tap “More” and ensure that it’s switched on in the list of sharing options. If it doesn’t appear in the “More” section, this means that the content type you’re sharing can’t be saved as a PDF.