iOS: Usually, if you want to export a note, web page or whatever else as a PDF on iOS, you have to send it over to iBooks first or use a third-party app. However, MacStories figured out that if you have a iPhone 6s or 6s Plus with 3D Touch, there's a quicker way to do it. First, view a page you want to save as a PDF, then tap the share sheet at the bottom of the screen, then tap the Print option. Here, you'll get a print preview. If you tap hard on a page to make it "pop", you get a Quick Look preview that can be exported as a PDF to whatever app you want, such as your email or Dropbox. It's a heck of a lot easier than sending something over to iBooks first.
Quickly Export A Page As A PDF On iOS With 3D Touch
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