PDF Printer for Safari designed as a jailbreak tweak to allow users to publish from safari to PDF files in order to nicely store internet websites, yet it seems the tweak has actually outgrown its full name.
The most up to date version of PDF Printer for Safari includes PrintKit integration, which is the native printing collection on iOS. This collection implies published records will certainly save faster, users can easily now erase web pages from the PDF on the fly, and the PDF Printer now partners with the stock Maps app in iOS 5.
Based on the tweak’s Cydia page, the PrintKit integration must allow PDF Printer for Safari to partner with virtually any app that sustains printing. The only catch is that the tweak isn’t really presently configured to take full advantage on other apps. While Safari and Maps have most of my important lines covered, I’m hoping this feature for wider support makes its way into the following update.
To turn on PDF Printer, all you should do is decide on the choice to print a web page in either Safari or Maps, and as opposed to picking a printer from the Printer Options dialog, simply push the PDF button in the corner. You can easily delete the web pages after from the preview home window, or conserve the PDF to one more application, such as iFile. In iFile your PDFs will turn out in ‘/ var/mobile/documents’.
PDF Printer is a fantastic jailbreak tweak to have and is entirely complimentary, and you can easily discover it on the BigBoss Repository in Cydia.