Many friends find it useful to save certain magazines or books to their iPads for quick reference. Apple’s built-in iBooks app does a passable job at this and the Safari internet browser will default to opening PDF (the common document format) files in iBooks. But there are much better apps out there for storing your books and magazines. The free app called Documents by Readdle is the best app for doing that. That’s because Documents includes a handy Internet browser with which you can visit jw.org, navigated to publications, and download them directly into the app. This way you’ll be able to read them anytime, even when you don’t have any internet connection. I particularly like to use Documents to save videos to my iPad. Any video can be saved from jw.org for offline viewing [More on that here]. Documents also has highlighting and notes abilities which makes it a great app for meeting preparation. Documents offers a convenient folder structure for organizing your files. These files can even be emailed to friends or students right from within the app. And if you want these and even more useful features check out Readdle’s premium file management app PDF Expert here [Link].
Documents is just one of our favorite iPhone and iPad apps for Jehovah’s Witnesses. We’ve collected all of our favorites here. And if you’d like to see more of our top app selections in different categories, just head on over to our Best Apps Series.
If you’re interested in a paperless lifestyle, you’ll love Paperless by David Sparks in the iBooks Store.
Now, on to the video…
Here are a couple of our other picks of the best iPhone and iPad apps for Jehovah’s Witnesses: