|Jan 24, 2012, 12:28 PM||#1|
Downloading Dropbox files to the iPad
I've got lots of PDF files that I need to share with iPad & iPhone employees out in the field who are not tech savvy. They need to be able to download the PDF files to their iPads & iPhones and then email them out as attachments.
I can't figure out a way to do this properly using the Dropbox app for iPad and iPhone. The closest it lets us get to this is the ability to send out links in the email to the PDF files.
Is it possible to do what I'm asking using the Dropbox app? And if not, are there alternative Dropbox clients that will let me download and then attach files? My old Nokia phone from 2009 has an app that lets me do this...surely the iPad and iPhone are capable.
|Jan 24, 2012, 12:55 PM||#2|
Do you want to send the PDF as an attachment?
You could try opening the PDF in iBooks via the Dropbox app and then email the file, slight inconvenience I know but at least it works.
2013 13" MacBook Air + iPad Mini with Retina Display + iPhone 5.
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