Print web pages as pdf documents
Of course, you don't always need to print to paper. Using a combination of the Chrome browser, Google Drive and Google CloudPrint will allow you to save web pages as a .pdf document to Google Drive. From there, you can open the .pdf in another app like Adobe Reader or Goodreader and annotate it, or save it into your documents folder on your hard drive.
While you are inside Google Chrome on the iPad, tap the Menu button and then choose the Print option. Choose Google Cloud Print and you’ll see a list of all your Android and iOS devices that also have Chrome installed on them. Choose the Save to Google Drive option instead and a PDF version of the current web page will instantly get saved to your Google Drive.
If the PDF printing option isn’t working on your iOS device, make sure that you are signed-in with your Google Account.
Alternatively, you can pick any of your other Android /iOS devices under the Google Cloud Print menu and the PDF file will remotely download to that device. You’ll have to open Chrome on that other device to access the PDF file.
One more thing. It is also possible to save web pages as PDFs directly on your iOS device, bypassing Google Drive, but you can’t export that file into other PDF reading apps like iBooks or even your Mail application.