An iPad is useful for a number of different reasons. You can add a keyboard to make it a word processing tool. If you hook up a joystick, you can play video games. With certain apps, you can even use it for video conferences. The tips below will help you make your iPad what you need it to be and more.
Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? Just drag on app onto another one to create a folder. Instantly they will both merge into a folder named after their categories. Also, you can rename the folder to increase your level of personalization.
You can access all of your running apps on your iPad. Double-clicking on your Home button will show all the running apps in the bar at your screen’s bottom. To navigate quickly to another running app, simply tap it. You should swipe the screen downwards in order to eliminate the bar.
Be aware of the amount you are spending to purchase apps for your iPad. It’s very common for iPad users to run up large bills buying music and apps. You should monitor the spending and limit the time to a strict deadline.
Know which apps are running on your iPad. A good number of iPad apps are able to run seemingly in the background at the same time that you are otherwise engaged. If you want to know which apps are currently active, all you need to do quickly tap the home button two times in succession. Any applications running at the time will be shown at the screen’s bottom in a bar. Swipe in the down direction to hide the bar when you’ve finished.
Have you ever mistakenly opened a noisy app? Press and hold the volume down feature until you get to mute. If you need a mute button, change your settings so your lock orientation button becomes a mute button.
You can easily take a screenshot using your iPad. Just hold down the Home and Sleep buttons together. This will take the shot you want and place it with all of your other photos.
You will find that iPads now have an easy way to be muted. When the iPad first came out, you couldn’t quickly mute it. Now, you can mute the sound easily with very simple steps. Now, you can quickly mute your iPad by holding the “down” half of the volume button.
Create FaceTime phone contacts, as well as emails. When you set up FaceTime, it will remember the email you use to access iTunes, but additional emails can be added. Go to the settings of your iPad and customize from there.
The iPad is an amazing multi-function device. You can use it to find the eigenvectors of a matrix, then talk to your language exchange partner in Roppongi. You just need to educate yourself about how to use your iPad effectively. Enjoy these tips and your iPad.
Streaming, gaming, or music can cause battery life to deplete faster. One successful method that makes your battery last longer is to lower the brightness of the screen. You probably won’t even miss using the brightest setting.
Keep your bill under control by tracking the amount you spend on iPad apps. It’s easy to rack up credit card bills with such engaging and entertaining applications that are just a click away. Hence, you should set a limit on how much to spend on them.
Did you unintentionally open an application that makes a lot of noise? Mute your iPad in an emergency by holding down the volume button. If you use mute often, you can set your lock orientation button as a muting alternative.
You should adjust your settings to preview more than a few lines of the emails you receive. In the mail section, you can adjust this with the preview setting. You can adjust this to 5 lines. This will give you a larger range to view when you are skimming.
Lots of people say that typing on a tablet is difficult; however, this problem continues to improve. You can utilize the speech recognition abilities of the device. All you have to do is quickly double click the Home button and then select the image of a microphone. When you finish speaking, press that icon again and the words will show up as text.
There is no hard-copy manual for iPad, but if you want one, you can download it and print it. It is the Apple policy to provide minimal paper and give you the choice of downloading a manual or not.
Just open new pages within a new tab to maintain the previous one. When you are in Safari, just tap and hold the link until a pop-up menu shows up. Then just pick to open the page in a brand new tab. You’ll still have your other page handy.
Hate having to view your iPad’s battery charge percentage? It’s simple to turn it off. Start out in the Settings menu. Select General and then Usage. You will then have access to the battery percentage display and have the option to turn it off.
Do you wish you could get to your bookmarked favorite sites quicker and easier? Simply enable your bookmarks bar on a permanent basis to keep your favorite websites a click away. Just click on Settings, then Safari, then turn on Always Show the Bookmarks Bar.
Muting your iPad’s sound is actually pretty simple. Simply hold the volume down button for a couple of seconds. This is easier than having to keep readjusting the volume. Make sure you hold it again when you want the volume turned back down.
You are now able to quickly mute your iPad. There was no mute button on the original iPad. On the iOS 4.3 you have the option of locking the iPad or muting the sound. Now, in order to quickly mute your iPad, simply press the volume-down button and hold it there.
Take advantage of the iPad’s brightness features to extend battery life. With auto brightness enabled your iPad automatically adjusts screen lighting depending on the lighting available in whatever room you’re in. This can help extend your battery life, increasing your production during the day. Navigate to Settings and then choose ‘Brightness & Wallpaper’.
Sync the pages you have with iTunes and you can share the documents you have stored on a Mac or PC. Sharing your documents is no longer a hassle and the ability to interact with any brand of home computer via iTunes is irreplaceable. You can even share PDF documents on the iPad.
Screenshots are quite simple to take with the help of an iPad. Just press the home and sleep/wake buttons at the same time. There will be a flash on the screen and an audible click. This means you have taken a screenshot. You can view your automatically saved screenshots in your gallery. You can also e mail them from this location.
Are you sick of sore eyes from reading books on the iPad? This is easily remedied by adjusting the brightness level to a lower setting. You can adjust your brightness settings yourself or use the slider to adjust brightness in your eBook app.
Google Maps lets you view addresses using street view. Search until you see a red pin on the map. Tap this pin and then select the little red and white person icon. Next, you will see the “Street View” feature.
There is a way to disable the keyboard if you do not want to use it. It’s hard to type with a small keyboard on the screen. There are many different Bluetooth keyboards you can use, instead. These keyboards will make it feel like you are using a laptop keyboard.
Are you getting scratches on your screen? While iPad are quite durable, if you see scratches, you should place a screen protector on it. This gives your iPad some protection, but it also prevents miniature cuts on your fingers.
The iPad no longer includes the cool navigation and applications fail to load quickly. Have you erased the things you don’t need anymore, yet your device is running slow? You may think about adding your data to the cloud so you can have more free space. This trick may make your iPad as quick and smooth as it was when you first bought it.
Have you used your iPad and found an online image that you wanted to save? It’s pretty easy to do. Simply tap the image, then hold it. A prompt will appear that will give you an option to save. You will have a copy on the iPad which can be retrieved at any time.