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Safari Users: You must first download all items to your computer and then import them into iTunes or transfer them to your mobile device using email or Dropbox if you want them to play or appear on your iPhone or iPad. For helpful tips and instructions click here.


3 ways for Safari Users to transfer the files to your mobile device:

Method 1

1) On a computer/laptop, the folder needs to be unzipped first.

2) Email the individual files as attachments to the phone/iPad.

3) For the audio:

Inside the email, click on the audio file attachment and it will pop up on a screen using Quicktime (Quicktime is an Apple product already installed on every iphone) and you can press play and listen. This will also remain as a page in your primary browser.

4) For the PDFs:

Inside the email, click on the attachment, it will pop up and there will be 3 dots in the bottom right corner. Click on this and you can save the PDFs to ibooks, Evernote or any document app you have on your phone). Then when you click into that app you can easily access the PDF.


Method 2

1) On a computer/laptop, the folder needs to be unzipped and the audio files dragged into your iTunes, and then sync your iTunes with your phone.

2) Documents would need to be emailed as individual documents as outlined in method above.


Method 3

1) Use Dropbox to listen to the audio downloads. Just click on the file and it plays without needing iTunes or another media player.

2) If you have Dropbox installed on your iPhone, you can save any media file to it directly. It’s either “save as” or “copy to” and you choose Dropbox. From there you can access it from your Mac or wherever else you have Dropbox installed.
You can sign up for Dropbox here.