At last with iOS9 we can at last save webpages into PDFs to email or read content later without the need for a 3rd party app! But lots of people didn’t notice this new feature sneak in so here is how to use it if you didn’t know.
How to save webpages as PDFs on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
Step 1: Launch Safari on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with iOS 9.0 or later and visit any webpage you wish to save as a PDF document.
Step 2: Tap the Share icon (it looks like a box with an arrow jumping out of it) to access iOS’s multi-purpose Share menu.
Step 3: Now choose Save PDF to iBooks in the top row.
Tip: If you don’t see this option, swipe to the rightmost part in the top row of icons, hit More and toggle the option so it appears in the Share menu.
Step 4: The currently visited webpage will be turned into a PDF document and automatically imported into iBooks and saved to your iBooks PDF shelf.
So there we have it, simple but missed by a lot of people, thanks to iPhone Download Blog for bringing it to our attention.