The Best Ways To Make The Most Of Your IPad

Richard Vanderhurst_The Best Ways To Make The Most Of Your IPad

People can’t say enough about tablets in general and the iPad specifically. If you have not yet jumped on the bandwagon, you are missing out! There’s excellent ways to use an iPad, no matter the type of gadget user you may be. This article sheds light on some nifty iPad tricks you might not have known about.

You may see significant shortening of your battery life if you frequently watch movies, listen to continuous music, or play a lot of games on your iPad. Adjusting the brightness is a great way to extend battery life. Most likely it is not necessary to use the highest intensity setting to get the most from your iPad.

Is there anything more annoying than accidentally launching a seriously noisy app? Press and hold the button used to turn down the volume, and the device will mute automatically. If you find you are in need of the mute function often, you can configure your iPad’s lock button to work as a full-time mute button.

Lots of people say that typing on a tablet is difficult; however, this problem continues to improve. Fortunately, you can choose to have your iPad dictate what you say instead. Simply depress the HOME button two times. Following that, you will tap on the microphone icon. After you’re through dictating, you can hit the icon once again and text will start appearing.

It is a pain when you get an email and your iPad chimes every time. You can shut off that feature. Go to the Settings and select the General tab. When you are in General, then go to Sounds. This should display all of your sound options, including the ability to mute or damped new email notifications.

The advice offered above can go a long way towards helping you get the most from your iPad. Try to implement them into your daily use, and you will find your experience greatly improved. Do not forget to save this information, as it will probably take a while before it becomes second nature.

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