Making Folders Or Categories In Library Books In ITunes Or In IBooks
Aug 6, 2010
If I add pdf files by using FILE/ADD FILE TO LIBRARY... in iTunes, then those files are visible in iPad's iBooks.Is there some way of creating folders or categories in iBooks or in iTunes so I can group pdf files easily?
I can't "find" my ibooks on my ipad. They show up on my Macbook pro as being purchased and on my ipad, but when I open up the ibooks app, the books are not in the library. How can I restore them to my ipad?
Had to do a restore on my iPad2 and the books in my iBooks library disappeared. I figured no problem, just download them again. But when I try to dl from Smashwords I can't. They keep trying to open in my vault app.
I've just discovered that I can download recently published books from my public library for free but at the moment I can only read them in Overdrive and i'd prefer to read them in iBooks. Does anyone know if there is a way to move them in to iBooks?
I had to bring my MacBook pro to the apple store for replacement of the screen and fix my trackpad. Needless to say, they told me 5-7 days. So when beta 3 comes out, can I update from another MacBook without needing to resync?
I went into the itunes store from my PC, then downloaded the iBooks app. It wwas successful, but when I sync my iPad to the iTunes library, I don't get the app. Why? Do I need to get a separate internet service for my iPad alone so I can access the iTunes store from the iPad? Or is there a way for me to get the iBooks from the library in the PC to my iPad?
on my ipad, in the ibooks app, the categories icon disappeared next to the library icon in the top left hand corner, when i go the the top charts in the store..how do i get it back? iBooks: Viewing, syncing, saving, and printing PDFs on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch Info: iPad
I preordered a book that seems to have gotten paused in download. I go to "purchased" in store and see the book with a download button next to it but when I hit the download button, I get a message saying that I have already purchased the book and that I should go to purchases and hit download. Weird and vicious circle. How can I fix this or get my money back for the book and start over?
I have ibooks, but itunes says I do not. Books that I put onto the ipad, through itunes are not viewable in ibooks.Â
On itunes it says 'Download the ibooks app from the itunes app store.' My ipad is ios 6. I do not want to upgrade to ios 7, so if I delete the app then I know that I will have the problem that I have with my other ipad: I can't download ibooks, unless i upgrade to ios 7.1.1.Â
I just got an iPad and love it but I would really like some assistance in making the iPad as productive as possible for college. I've been looking the forums for a while and hav done searches but I figured it would be easiest just to ask everything in one thread. First off, what are the best most recommended apps for,
Making notecards Taking handwritten notes Making typed notes (besides evernote) Recording lectures Syncing lecturer notes with audio
What is the best way to get textbooks onto the iPad (I was thinking torrent and using a PDF reader) - I use good reader Also is there an app for making PDFs from scans or pictures?
I have my iPhone 3gs and making folders is too easy. Press on an app until it wiggles and get the black X and slowly drag it on top of another and a folder is created. Now the iPad is a different story, I cant get it to make a folder to save my life. I'm not sure it can be done but I did some searches and found info saying it could be done?
Other than doing it on my PC and then transferring it over, how can I create and manage photo folders directly on my iPad?I saw an app called Photo-Sort for iPad for $1.99 in the App Store, but it doesn't have very good ratings. Is there a way of doing this without an app? Or, any apps that work well for the purpose (preferably free)?
If you followed the news about the iPad, then you know about the iBooks app and store. You may also know that by supporting the EPUB format for books, Apple has given all iBooks users access to not only the tens of thousands of commercial ebooks sold with Fairplay DRM, but also to any DRM-free ebook in the EPUB format. We have already heard about the 30,000+ Gutenberg books that will be included within the iBookstore. What I haven't seen mentioned all that much is the over a million public domain books Google has available in EPUB (link).
My wife has a bunch od recipes that my she wants on her ipad. She would like to have them in different catagories but in on "Recipe" folder I'll try and explain that. If I make a folder called "Recipes" in the PDF section of ibooks - can I now make folders in that folder?
Main folder = "Recipes" (and the following folders in the recipe folder folder 1 = Pies folder 2 = cakes folder 3 = drinks etc, etc
I seem to be able to make a folder called "Recipes" but when I move the recipes into there they are all together and not catogorized into pies, cakes, drinks etc etc. The are all bunched together.
Just got my iPad today, cannot for the life of me figure out how to make folders to organize my apps. I have held an app till they all shake, but when I try to drop one app onto another to make a folder, all I can get it to do is move the app. I have an iPhone 4 and have made folders in the past with not problem, but my iPad has me stumped.
My iTunes Store menu bar only shows App Store and iTunes U, and the home icon. The music, movies and other categories are missing. How do I get them to appear? When I search for music, the it only show results relating to apps, not the actual albums. This happened after I updated to the new version of iTunes in order to synch with my new iPhone.
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I have been using the ibooks app to import my pdf files for later reading, But I cant seem to be able to put the various types of books into subfolders. Also, is there a way to have some sort of tittle appear on the book on the shelf so I can tell what it is without opening it?
So I am trying to download some new books and it isnt letting me. I add them the my library they say they are loaded on there, and then when I go back, there arent any books in my library at all. Why is this happening? Can anyone help me to better understand how to do this, since this is one of the major reasons I opted to get the ipad and not a new off brand laptop.
I've got into the eLibrary of my local public library. It turns out I didn't need to download the Over Drive app. I registered, gave my library card number and I was in. It was confusing but I finally got there. They have books, mp3s, movies.I was only able to get their books, downloaded a couple and I used their own reader. The good thing is that the screen is multitouch, enlarge and reduce the screen is easy peasy.Films may be a problem (maybe flash?). I haven't tried music either, too complicated. There is a great selection of books.
I tried to checkout a couple of books online from my local library. When I download them (using safari) I get an error saying that safari can't open the link. The library also offers a program called Overdrive to use for downloads, but it's also a media manager. I can't figure out how to get the ebook into iBooks, they stay in Overdrive.
I think I must be missing some logical obvious step. I downloaded a book from my local library, it told me to install Bluefire which I did, then I needed an Adobe ID which I got from their web site. Authorised it when I received an e mail then went back to find the book but it is obviously being read in space somewhere!!!!!! I can't find it anywhere on my iPad. The library say the book is out on loan - to me -so I think I am missing the point somewhere. I have downloaded a free book which appears in the Bluefire reader index and I also have one in the ibooks store. It's not the end of the world if the book has gone missing but it's bugging me that I don't know how to locate it.
I was using iPad 1 and upgraded it to the new version but now encountering a problem while downloading e-book.When I try downloading the E-Book using Safari Browser, it says "Safari can't open the link". I tried this for so many files but the same error comes again and again.What is the problem and how to solve this problem?
The iTunes Store is cheaper and you can enjoy immediate purchase!But I still buy books. I got about 200 books. For those here who read a lot of books, would you even consider leaving the physical books to only read ebooks on the iPad?
I could see so many advantages in ebooks (called iBooks) on the iPad: - Immediate purchase, - Cheaper price, - Being able to have all my books when I travel, - Not having to transport heavy boxes of books when I move in a new house, - The instant dictionnary, - Searching content, - Bookmars in color!
The biggest complain is, of course, that reading on a screen is not that good compared to reading a real book. And reading outside (at the beach and/or in a sunny environment) should be far better with an actual book.