There is so much that you can do with an iPad that it can seem overwhelming. You’ve found out some uses for it, but you need some advice to get you to be a more advanced user. It is possible to bank, play, entertain and communication with your iPad. We welcome you to continue reading this great article on the iPad.
Folders are available in today’s iOS. To start, just tap and hold the tap on your desired application, wait for it to jiggle, then drag the app to a different icon and release. Instantly they will both merge into a folder named after their categories. If you don’t like the label, you can rename the folder.
Unless you have a lot of time to recharge your iPad, avoid using an iPhone charger. The iPad has a totally different wattage than the iPhone (10 watts compared to 5 watts). Charging your iPad with an iPhone charger will end up taking nearly twice as long. You need to always use your iPad charger to charge it.
The iPad doesn’t come with a paper manual so it will need to be downloaded if you want to read it. Apple has a minimalist approach towards their products.
Getting a sound alert every time you receive an email can be very annoying. It is possible to shut this sound off. Find your Settings tab, then go to General. Select Sounds under the General heading. Then you can change the volume or even turn off the sound for new mail.
To add your Google Calender to your Calender app, you’ll need to go into your Mail, elect Contacts, and then choose Calenders. You need to go to the area that allows you to add an additional account, then hit Other. Select the icon ‘Add CalDAV Account, and enter your Google information. Leave the settings menu and open the calendar app. Everything you needed should be visible.
It is possible to easily change the default search engine from Google to your preferred search engine on your iPad. You can do this by going to the settings, selecting Safari and choosing Search Engine. This lets you change to Yahoo or Bing.
Because your iPad is a huge investment, it’s smart to care for it well. Many people buy screen protectors for use with their iPads. These thin, plastic sheets give your iPad’s screen extra protection. When cleaning your iPad’s screen, be sure to use a cloth that is soft and lint-free. You may lightly dampen the cloth with water to aid in the cleaning process. Do not use any harsh cleaning agents to clean your iPad.
If you have purchased an iPad for your child and are worried about them viewing mature content, change the settings so that this type of content is blocked. Under the settings function, simply limit the mature content that can be viewed. This setting will allow you to block anything labeled adult.
Easily find your running apps fast! Simply click the home button two times to have them all appear. This trick may save a ton of time versus scrolling through several screens looking for something.
iTunes lets you sync documents with your computer. By sharing documents with iTunes, you can avoid the hassle and be able to share documents with all brands of computers. You can even share PDF documents on the iPad.
Clicking the home button twice shows you the current apps that you have open. This will allow you to see all of the running apps that you have. When you close those you’re not using down, your battery will stay charged for longer.
Tabs are a great multitasking tool. You can follow any link you want without leaving your current website. Holding the link, rather than tapping, brings up the options menu. Then you can follow the new link in a brand new tab, and the current page stays open too.
With your new knowledge of how best to use the device known as the iPad, it is time to get things rolling. As you gain more knowledge about the iPad, you’ll find that it has many uses. It is a great tool to have around.