iOS Guides: Integrate Our PDF Library

Welcome to the PSPDFKit for iOS developer guides. These guides show you how to add document functionality to iOS apps using our Swift and Objective-C APIs.

If you’re brand new to PSPDFKit, have a look at our get started guides to quickly add PDF viewing, annotating, and editing to your application.

Guides

PDF Viewer
How to configure the document viewer

Open a Document
How to open a PDF from local storage, URL, in-memory data, and more

Save a Document
How to save a PDF to local storage, remote server, and more

User Interface
How to customize icons, buttons, toolbars, the look and feel, and more

Annotations
How to import, export, create, edit, sync, flatten, and more

Forms
How to fill form fields, extract data, submit, save, create, edit, and more

Instant Synchronization
How to sync annotations across multiple users, devices, or sessions

Signatures
How to add electronic and digital signatures to PDF documents

Editor
How to merge or split documents, manipulate pages, and more

PDF Generation
How to generate PDFs from a template, HTML, images, and more

Conversion
How to convert MS Office to PDF, image to PDF, PDF to image, and more

Extraction
How to read text in a PDF, parse content, extract text or pages, and more

Redaction
How to redact content programmatically or by using the UI

OCR
How to make scans searchable, extract text from images, and more

Document Security
How to set permissions, add a password, encrypt or decrypt, and more

Search
How to search for text in documents, pages, annotations, and more

Compare Documents How to visually compare pages of different documents

Bookmarks
How to create, edit, and remove bookmarks

Events and Notifications
How to listen for annotation, form, text select, and bookmark events

Instant JSON
Learn how to store annotation data in JSON format