Invert pdf's color while reading it on iPad
I use Notability to write notes, and GoodNotes to read papers (In some other posts, I will explain my workflow on how I read papers.). Both of them does not provide the option to invert the color of the pdf. But wait wait, I recently found a way to invert the color of a pdf while reading it on an iPad. I will show you how to do it.
- Open iPad
Accessibility Shortcut. Tick out
Control Centre. In
MORE CONTROLsection, Click
+button to include
- Now, in the control center, you can see
Accessibility Shortcutsbutton. Tick out
Colour Filtersis optional but I recommend them. You will recognize the difference 😃.
- Open any of your pdf from any app.
- Hurray! You have successfully inverted the color of the pdf while reading it on iPad.
These steps also apply to iPhone users 😉. Btw if you want to invert the color of the local pdf while using the Microsoft Edge browser then, the easiest step is to install any night mode extension (I use Dark Reader). But in
edge://extensions setting, click
Details of that extension then, tick
Allow access to file URLs.
I hope this helps you 😃.
Update: From 09 November 2022, notability allows you to invert the color of pdf via night mode. See here.
If you guys have some questions, comments, or suggestions then, please don't hesitate to shot me an email at [firstname][AT]physicslog.com or comment below.
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