Buying And Using A Brand New IPad

Even Oprah thinks the iPad is one of the best inventions of the modern era. If you have purchased an iPad, you want to make the most of this state-of-the-art device. There are a lot of hidden features and little known uses. Keep reading for some great shortcuts and other advice on using your iPad.

iPads now support folders. Start by tapping and holding your finger on the app you desire. It will begin to jiggle. Then you can drag it onto another icon and release it. As a result of this, you will be prompted to create a folder to store and categorize both apps. Then, you can rename the folder.

You can access remote servers through a VPN network. To make a VPN connection, go to Network and turn on the VPN feature. You will be able to put in a server address and then your user name. If you aren’t sure about the address of the server, the network administrator can help you.

Buying apps can be like buying drugs, so budget accordingly. Because of the iPad’s convenient features, you can end up spending much more money than you like. The iPad saves your credit card information and you can click away without thinking. So it is critical to keep track of what you spend.

Are tired of having your iPad constantly ask you whether or not you wish to connect with detected WiFi network. Just turn the notifications off! Select Wi-Fi and then turn the Ask option off.

You don’t have to tap the camera roll icon that’s in the bottom-left of your screen to see a video or photo you’ve just taken. Just swipe the screen to the right and your content will appear. Previous photos of yours will show to the left.

You can change your email settings to preview more of your email. Under Settings, navigate to Mail, and look for the Preview setting. Changes this setting to display up to five lines. This ensures you know what your emails say.

A lot of people find it difficult to type on tablets, but over time, it gets easier. You can utilize the speech recognition abilities of the device. Press the home button of your iPad twice and select the microphone icon that appears. When you are done talking, push the icon again and your words will be shown as text.

To add your Google Calender to your Calender app, you’ll need to go into your Mail, elect Contacts, and then choose Calenders. Click on Add Account and choose the Other option. Select “Add CalDAV” and enter the credentials you use for your Google account. Next, leave settings and open the calender. The calendar should now be updated.

The iPad has a downloadable manual for those that want to know all of the information Apple has to provide. It is the Apple policy to provide minimal paper and give you the choice of downloading a manual or not.

Open new pages by using a new tab to enable you to keep multiple pages open at once. While surfing using Safari, simply tap the link and hold it until a pop-up menu appears. Go to the pop up menu, and you can open new links.

If you want to sync your Google and iPad calendars, go to Mail, Contact then Calendars. Click on Add Account and choose the Other option. Select “Add CalDAV” and enter the credentials you use for your Google account. You can then exit the settings and access the calender through the app. You should now be all set.

Bookmark Bar

Do you hate having to tap the bookmark icon in order to open your bookmarked sites? Well you can turn on the bookmarks bar permanently and eliminate this problem. Go to your Settings, tap on Safari and turn on the bookmark bar.

There is an easier way to open your favorite websites than tapping the bookmarks icon. You should activate the bookmark bar. Turn the Always Show Bookmark bar option on in your Settings menu.

Do you ever find yourself browsing the web and wondering where a word that is hyperlinked will take you? You can fix this easily. This will tell you the URL and you make it easier for you to decide if you want to visit that site. The URL represented by the hyperlink will magically appear.

Muting your iPad’s sound is actually pretty simple. Just press and hold the volume button down for a few seconds. That works faster than continuing to adjust your volume. When ready for original volume level, simply hold the button down again.

Switch on your auto brightness in order to add battery life. The iPad automatically senses the amount of light that is in the room, and it will adjust its lighting to the best amount. This is a great way to control the amount of battery being used with screen brightness, extending your iPad sessions without plugging in. Find the setting under “Brightness & Wallpaper” in the settings area.

Your iPad has a copy and paste feature. Tap the text you intend to copy and hold your finger down, then choose “select” from the popup menu that appears. Tap again when your text gets highlighted yellow, and then choose copy. Next, just hold down in the text box and choose “paste.”

When you take photographs, you may grasp the sides of the iPad to hold it. This makes your shutter button move, and you may start wobbling when trying to snap photos. You can always push the lock for the orientation. The shutter button will be easy to reach with your thumb. After you take the photograph, you can rotate the image with an image editor.

In order to extend your iPad’s battery life, turn on the auto-brightness feature. The current level of light in any room can be sensed by iPads, and they can adjust based on this. This technique gives you longer battery life without the need to recharge so often. You can change it in “Brightness & Wallpaper” within the settings.

If you want your iPad battery life to last longer, turn down the illumination level of the screen brightness. This is very useful if you are out and waiting for an important email. To turn down the brightness of the screen, tap the Home button twice and search for a sun-like icon.

To see every app that is current running, double click the home button. This bar shows all running apps and they can be accessed by pressing the icon in that bar. This will help you remember what you are running so you can close any you aren’t using anymore.

You can enjoy music through iTunes on the iPad. If you have songs stored on iTunes, you can play them right from the cloud. Select Home sharing in both your iPad and iTunes account. The last step is going to the shared area of your Music app to play them. Now you just have to listen!

A bright screen drains your battery, so turn down the brightness. This can help when you need to have as much battery life as possible. You can decrease the brightness by double tapping the Home button and looking for the sun icon.

Is your screen getting scratched up? The iPad can withstand quite a lot of wear and tear, but a protector is a good purchase if you are seeing small scratches showing up on your screen. It keeps your iPad clean, safe from scratches and working for many years to come.

You might not believe that you have to do it, but giving your iPad security features is always a good idea. You never know when you may accidentally lose it, and it generally has access to a lot of secure information like emails, phone numbers, addresses and possibly even bank information.

Copying text on an iPad is easy, as all you have to do is just double tap a given keyword. Copying a paragraph won’t work well that way. Instead, quadruple tap the text you’d like to copy and the whole paragraph will automatically be copied. This also works well for email and website addresses.

Do you find that your eyes start to hurt while you’re trying to read using the iPad? To avoid this, you can reduce your screen’s brightness level. You can do this in the Settings menu or, more simply, by double-clicking the Home button and swiping to the left to get to the brightness slider.

If you have Apple TV, you are able to stream things from your iPad to that device. On your iPad you will see the Airplay icon. This icon informs you of what can be shown on your television. To view, simply tap the icon and it will be displayed on your TV.

See a PDF with two different methods. You can either put your PDF in iTunes and sync your iPad with it, or you can email them to yourself on iPad. Experiment with each method to determine which works for you.

You can pass podcasts on to your friends and family quite easily. If you have a podcast you want to share, keep listening and share it quickly. To do this, all that you need to do is press on the Email button. Your iPad will then show a screen where you can choose who to send it to and it will be quickly on its way.

Do you want to take fast screenshots with your iPad? It is very simple. Tap Home and then tap Sleep/Wake. You’ll see a flash, hear a click and the screenshot will be taken. Every screen shot will be saved automatically so you’re not going to have to think about saving it later.

Do you hate trying to scroll down as you surf online? You can save some time by tapping the bar located on top of your page and you will go back to the top of the web page right away instead of scrolling up. This works in some other programs, also.

Has your iPad started to slow down and become a bit clunky when loading applications? Have you gone through all of the information and data you have stored on your machine and deleted all that you aren’t using anymore, but your iPad is still slow? You might try moving your pictures and media to the cloud. That should free up some space. The extra free space that you gain should help you to regain the speed that your iPad once had.

It’s possible to incorporate your existing Google Calendar into your iPad calendar app. To do this, click Settings, Mail, Contacts, and then Calendars. Press the Add an Account icon and then choose Other. Once you have done this, use the Add CalDAV Account option and enter the Google log-in info.

Always backup your personal information just in case of iPad theft. Also, you can have your iPad to automatically erase all data if the device is stolen. This feature can be found under your general settings. Simply click Password Lock and turn it on. This feature will erase your data if a password is entered incorrectly ten times.

iPads need screen protectors, period. This is a piece of plastic that goes over the screen. It is easy to install, and it will protect your iPad screen from fingerprints and scratches. This will make it easier to enjoy your iPad for years to come.

Take care of your battery life with a few simple techniques. Do not leave it in hot areas, like your car. Turn your brightness down. Utilize airplane mode if you don’t require the internet. You can also turn off your Push function. Instead, check calendars and emails yourself.

If you watch videos with your iPad you might want to buy a cord that is longer. You can then watch videos on your iPad if you are not outside.

Having read this article, you should be able to get started quickly with an iPad in your hands. Use all of the information provided here, as well as some great tips from a few other sources, to help you achieve all that you want to achieve with your iPad. Be sure and learn everything you can in order to make the amazing little iPad well worth your time and the investment.

You can charge your iPad without a power outlet. You can also charge it from a USB device. This mean that while you’re on the go, you can recharge your iPad with your netbook or laptop.

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