The iPad has received universal acclaim. It is compact, which means you can carry it with you everywhere. It can be used for work or for playing games. Your iPad provides you with numerous features. Read the following piece to find out how to take advantage of this device.
The iPad’s iOS supports folders now. To use, hold down your finger on the app you want until it moves, drag that app atop another icon, and finally, let it go. Your iPad will then create a folder with both apps. The folder will show the name representing the category associated with those apps. You can rename the folder, too.
It is possible to gain access to all apps that are currently running on your iPad. If you double-click on the Home button, it will show you all running apps in a bar on the bottom of your screen. It is easy to switch to an app by tapping it on the bar. Make this bar disappear by making a downward swipe on your screen.
You can quickly get access to all the apps that are running on your iPad. Double-clicking on your Home button will show all the running apps in the bar at your screen’s bottom. It is easy to switch to an app by tapping it on the bar. Just swipe downward on your screen to remove this bar.
Does it irritate you when you get an alert about your iPad detecting a wi-fi network? It is possible to disable this feature by accessing your settings. Go to the tab for Wi-Fi and turn off the last option if you wish to not have any more notifications.
Keep track of the apps your are running. Many different iPad applications can continue processing information in the background and do not disturb the user. If you want to see what else is running on your iPad, just double-click the Home button. This will show you the current apps at the bottom. To eliminate this feature, simply swipe down and you will be back to the normal setting.
When the iPad freezes up, do a soft reboot. You can do this by holding down the power button, while at the same time pressing the home button. Hold both down for a few seconds. Wait for your iPad to reboot. To fix a frozen app, simply hold the home button one or two seconds.
You can change your setting so that you are no longer asked whether or not you are interested in joining a Wi-Fi network. Go to your Settings and access the Wi-Fi tab. By selecting that, you’ll no longer receive all of the invites.
Set a password to keep your information private. Doing this will erase all data on the iPad whenever a person attempts to input the passcode ten times.
Lots of people find tablet typing to be tough, though with time, they get more comfortable. The iPad also has a button for speech dictation. Just press home button two times and tap the little microphone you see. After you finish speaking, push the icon once more to see text.
The factory default iPad setting is set to preview only two written lines from each email prior to you selecting it. It can be helpful to see more of the content prior to opening. Just click on Settings and then Mail. Choose Contacts>>Calendar, and then select the number of lines you’d like to preview for Mail.
By using shortcuts, sending messages is easy. For instance, if you tap your space bar two times when you’re typing a sentence, both a space and a period will be added at the end of your sentence. You can save time by doing these things automatically instead of manually, so that you can easily send messages to more of your friends.
Are you being nagged by the battery charge notification? This can be simply turned off. Go to Settings. Go to General, then Usage. Here, you can turn off the display for battery usage easily.
If you want to browse a new web page without losing track of what you were browsing before, use the tabbed browsing feature. 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.
What happens if your iPad is stolen or lost? Go to Settings, then iCloud. Type in you personal Apple ID code and make sure the “Find My iPad” function is turned on. By doing this, if you ever misplace your iPad, you can go to iCloud.com to find it.
If you want a search engine other than Google, you can have that. To change these settings, navigate your way to your Safari setting and choose search engine. You can now decide to use other search engines like Bing if you prefer.
If you find yourself in a situation where you must mute sound on your iPad, try this trick. Just hold down the volume button for two full seconds. This saves a lot of time. If you want the volume to revert back to the original level, just hold down the button again.
It is really easy to make a screenshot with an iPad. Just press your Home button as well as the Sleep button simultaneously. This will then take your screenshot, and it will save with your photos.
Isn’t it irritating when you encounter a hyperlink on your iPad, and you are unable to determine where it will take you? You can fix this easily. Just hold your finger on the word instead of the usual hovering that you can do on your laptop or desktop. The URL represented by the hyperlink will magically appear.
If you want to let your children use your iPad, you need to adjust the parental settings to block mature content. You can do so in the settings area. A quick button click will stop mature content from being viewed. You can block mature films and anything else that is labeled adult and/or has bad language.
The iPad cloud function is very helpful for people who use the Internet a lot. This is a wonderful way to keep information without storing it on your device. Store documents that are important on both the iPad and the cloud.
To copy and paste quickly on your iPad, tap the text and hold it down while choosing Select. If you move to another application, you can paste the desired text by tapping again. A menu will come up that will let you click on paste. When you want to copy an entire paragraph, just give it four good taps.
Most people know that they can use the iTunes store to buy apps, but they often don’t know about its less-often-used features. One feature that many people don’t know about is called iTunes U (U = university). It contains podcasts that focus on a variety of professional topics and is perfect for the ride home.
If you want to take pictures with your iPad, you may think holding the sides is the best way to go about it. If you do this, the shutter button will not be stable, and you might move as you snap your picture. Use the orientation lock. That way, your shutter button is easily reachable. When you have taken your shot, you can make use of the image editor for rotation of your images and/or videos.
Click Home twice to see which apps are currently in use. A little bar will pop up that gives you access to your apps. This will help you remember what apps are running and let you close the ones not in use.
Holding your iPad on its sides when shooting photographs is comfortable for many. Holding the sides will make the shutter button move and ruin your picture. Try using the lock for orientation. Doing this will allow the shutter button to be a thumb’s distance away. When done, turn the images with the image editor.
Reduce the brightness on your device, which can kill your battery. If you use your iPad a lot and are unable to charge it for some time, this trick is especially beneficial. You can decrease the brightness by double tapping the Home button and looking for the sun icon.
You might not think much about the dangers of using the iPad, but you should set the security of your iPad adequately. You could lose it accidentally at any time, and it stores a great deal of sensitive information, such as phone numbers, emails, addresses and maybe even bank account information.
You can easily change your brightness settings. Tap your home button two times and swipe several times until the brightness setting appears. This lets you personally control your iPad screen illumination level so that you can match your current environment.
Have you wondered how you can take a screenshot? It is very simple. Hold Home and the Sleep button at the same time. It will flash 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.
Some people are annoyed by the battery charge indicator that is always onscreen. Luckily, it is easily removed. Find the “General” settings menu and follow down into the “usage” subcategory for further instruction. This is where it is possible to turn it off. You can adjust this on and off depending on your preference.
Have you wondered why your iPad is slowly getting a little bit slower when you’re trying to navigate with it? Have you deleted all the things you no longer use on your iPad, but it’s still slow? Think about putting pictures and media in iCloud to free up more space. This assists many iPad owners in speeding up their navigational speed.
Are you aware that you do not need to use the keyboard on your iPad? Big fingers and that tiny keyboard don’t mix! You can buy a Bluetooth keyboard and then use it with the iPad, easily. This allows you to type with the same ease that you regularly enjoy on your laptop or desktop computer.
To copy text on your iPad, simply double tap a keyword. That being said, it’s difficult to copy an entire paragraph if you use this method. Instead, tap four times on the text you want to copy and the paragraph will be highlighted. That works for addresses, paragraphs and the URL bar.
Do you get annoyed by all the Wi-Fi notifications? You can turn off this option. Click on Settings, then Wi-Fi and then turn off the asking feature. You can still join a network if you desire. This can easily be achieved, but you won’t have to deal with high numbers of notifications in the interim.
Would you like to access your PDF docs on the iPad? One way is to view it in iBooks after emailing the files directly to your email. You can also sync your computer’s PDFs and your iPad. There is a tab for books on your iTunes app.
If your iPad’s volume buttons aren’t responding, you must check Settings, General, and Sounds. Be certain to select Change With Buttons and click this setting to On. This will enable your volume buttons. The volume slider is a nice way to get the exact volume you want.
If you have an Apple TV with an iPad, you can stream videos to your TV. Use the Airplay icon to put whatever is on your iPad onto your TV. This works for photos, slideshows and video.
Have you ever seen something on your iPad that you want to keep? This is simple to do. You just need to tap on it and hold the tap. This prompts you to save the image. The saved image will be on your iPad in the Photos folder, ready for whenever you need it.
Sending podcasts to your family and friends is easy. You can share one you are currently listening to without having to stop it. Tap the email button on the podcast’s screen. You will then have the option of selecting a recipient to send to.
The iPad has virtually endless possibilities if used correctly. There are apps for the entire family. To learn to use your iPad to its full potential, you must educate yourself on the device. With the right knowledge, you’ll be amazed by how your daily life is affected by this gadget.
Bookmarks can be made easy to find. You can keep your Bookmarks bar opened at all times. Do this by tapping on safari settings, and pick the option that allows you to keep the bookmarks bar on. By doing this, you can take away all of the clicking you’d have to do to get where you wanted to be online.