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iOS 11 wish list: Better PDF creation and sharing

Save PDF to iBooks is okay, but Create PDF would be even better in iOS 11! When Apple introduced AirPrint to iOS, they made it incredibly easy to send files right from your iPhone or iPad to any compatible Wi-Fi printer in the vicinity. What the original version was lacking, though, was Print to PDF. Apple recently fixed that by adding "Save PDF to iBooks" to the Share Sheet, but it forces iBooks into the process and offers barely any options.
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