Get The Most Out Of Your IPad
Understanding the best way to use your iPad makes a world of difference in your experience with it. You need to understand how the iPad operates. Read this article if you want to take your iPad use to the next level.
Is that app you just launched making too much noise? Press and hold the volume down feature until you get to mute. If you need it often, you can set it up so your lock button can also work as a button mute the iPad.
Do you use Google calender? Would you like to incorporate it into your iPad calender? In the Mail tab, go to contacts, then calenders. Hit Add An Account and hit Other. Pick the CalDAV icon and enter your personal Google Calender information. Then navigate out of settings and click on the calendar application. All that you need should be right there.
Open new pages with tabs in order to keep them open. When you find a website in Safari, hold your finger on the link. A menu will appear. This menu gives you the option that will allow you to open a new link.
You need to be aware of how to properly take care of your iPad. Don’t keep it inside a locked car and make sure it’s not in direct sunlight. Exposure to heat will damage your battery. Keeping your iPad away from water is rule number two. You should buy a cover that is padded to provide further protection for the device.
Do you get annoyed by the battery charge icon on your iPad’s screen? If, so you can turn it off. At the outset, access the Settings Menu. Then find General and next go to Usage. This allows you to turn off the battery percentage notifications.
Taking screenshots is simple. All you need to do is press the Home button and the Sleep button at the same time. You will then find the photo in your normal photo album.
Here’s a quick trick to mute your iPad sound. Just depress the volume button for only 2 seconds. This can be a quick way to avoid having to adjust your volume multiple times. Repeat the process if you want to get back to the default setting.
Go to your apps that you keep running quicker and easier! Press home twice and the bar will appear. This single trick is a great way to save time as opposed to needing to scroll through every screen.
The iPad comes with a few apps that you’re probably not going to want to use. However, many of these can’t be deleted. Simply put all these apps into one folder, and keep the folder away from where you will see it often. That way, you can concentrate on the things you find most useful.
Differing environments mean variable need for brightness settings, which is exactly why Apple gives you the controls to adjust things. Dim your screen by clicking the Home button two times and swiping. This allows you to go in and manually change your brightness settings.
Quite a few people think that the battery charge percentage number is annoying on their screen. Removing this can improve the appearance of your device. All that has to be done is getting into your settings menu, tapping general, and usage after that. This is where it is possible to turn it off. Repeat the process to turn the icon back on.
You can control all of the notifications you receive. Whenever you have numerous apps, there are always notifications coming through, which can be very annoying. To manage all of these alerts, just go to Notifications, which is located in Settings. Doing so lets you remove the less useful notifications from your home screen. Then you only get useful notifications.
To go to your recently-used and running apps, double-click on the home button to open a row of apps at the bottom of your screen. Click on whatever app you want to view. If you want to return to your previous app, simply do the same thing again.
Is your iPad’s screen constantly getting scratched? Although the iPad is resistant, scratches indicate that you need a screen protector. This not only saved the iPad from damage, but it also keeps you from developing small micro-scratches on your fingers.
Do you get annoyed with multitudes of Wi-Fi network notifications? You can stop them. Click on Settings, then Wi-Fi and then turn off the asking feature. This doesn’t mean you can’t join networks anymore. It is still possible; annoying notifications just will not pop up.
Get to the sounds under general settings if your side buttons aren’t performing their functions. Ensure that Change With Buttons has been selected so they work. The volume slider is a nice way to get the exact volume you want.
Prior to showing someone how to use Safari, take a look at the history on your iPad. It wouldn’t be good if someone opened your browser and saw something you’d rather have kept private. Go to the default website if you do not want your device to load your last page.
To take your use of the iPad up a few notches, keep the advice from this article in mind. You will be amazed at what you can do. It is not just about having the “latest and the greatest.” It is about having a useful device that makes your life easier.