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The Greatest Features Of Your New IPad

Richard Vanderhurst_The Greatest Features Of Your New IPad

It’s a great device that can do many remarkable things. You know how to use it okay, but you need to know more. Between the games you can play, social media sites you can visit and online banking, there is not much you cannot do. Keep reading!

The latest operating system for the iPad supports folders. Put your finger on an app for several seconds and drag it into another. This will combine the applications that you have into a single folder. Then you rename the folder.

Want to navigate between your apps without having to navigate to the home screen? All you have to do is double-tap Home, and all running apps will pop up. Choose the icon of the specific app you want and click. Go back to another the same way.

Locate your bookmarks a little more easily. Just keep your Bookmark bar open. Do this by tapping on safari settings, and pick the option that allows you to keep the bookmarks bar on. Doing this spares you all the clicks you used to have to do to get around online.

If you’ve got kids and you’re worried about what they can watch on your iPad, change the block controls on your device. There is an option in the settings that lets you block this kind of content. This will block films that are labeled as ‘mature’ as well as bad language.

If you want to take a screenshot when using your tablet, it’s easy. Simply press and hold the sleep and home buttons simultaneously. Click! The photo will be taken and visible in your Photos app.

While surfing on your iPad, have you ever came across a picture that you’d like to save? It is very simple to do. Just tap and hold on the image. The iPad will ask you if you want to save it. It will go into your pictures and you can see it there.

Scrolling while browsing the web can be time consuming. Tapping the bar at the top of the page will return you to the top without having to use the scroll bar. You can do this with most apps.

Adjust the brightness of your screen, making reading or playing games easier, depending on the available light and your mood. You are able to turn it up and down by going to the setting menu and choosing the option for brightness. This will also help save energy.

Use tabs to multitask. You no longer have to surf away from the page that you are currently looking at in order to follow a particular link somewhere else. By holding the link instead of tapping it, you will bring up an options menu. You can then choose to open a link in another tab, which allows you to keep the current page open.

Set up phone numbers and emails for FaceTime. Your iPad default sets your FaceTime to include your initial email address, but you can set it up for more. If you have more than one email or number, the settings section is where you want to go.

Are you annoyed by how often your iPad asks you to connect to WiFi networks? You can stop this by going to settings. Go to your Settings and access the Wi-Fi tab. By choosing that option, you will never again be bothered by the invitations.

It is possible to view a PDF in two ways. You can sync through iTunes, or send the file through email. After giving both these methods a try, you can pick the one that works for you anytime you want to show a PDF.

The iPad comes with a few apps that you’re probably not going to want to use. Sadly, many can’t be deleted. Create a folder for these apps and place it toward the bottom of your home screen. This frees up space so that you can easily access apps you actually use.

When browsing the web with Safari, click the title window to go back to the beginning of the page. Sometimes scrolling just takes too long. If you just touch the title window, it will get you to where you want to go much faster.

Did you know that Google Calendar is able to be integrated with the Calendar app? To do this, click Settings, Mail, Contacts, and then Calendars. Click, then add an account, then select Other. Your Google info can be added in Add CalDAV account.

Does your iPad make too much noise? Go to Settings and select the Sound tab. You can eliminate the sound alerts you are getting when new mail arrives or calendar reminders occur. If you don’t wish to turn off these alerts, you can choose to reduce their volume.

You can do a soft reset in order to reboot a frozen iPad. For a soft reset, you will need to simultaneously hold the home button and power button for several seconds. This will cause the tablet to restart. If you want an application to shut down, hold your home button down for several seconds.

Though the iPad is quite resilient, it is important to keep it away from water. Don’t let your kids take it into the bathtub, but also refrain from using it outdoors when it is raining and in humid places such as a steam bath. Water will quickly damage it.

Podcasts can be shared with others without any difficulty. You can share a podcast that you’re currently listening to without having to stop it first. While listening, just tap once on the Email button. The iPad will ask you who you wish to send it to, so simply choose your options and press Send.

Pictures can be downloaded with ease from the camera directly without any exterior devices. Simply plug your SD card into your iPad’s card reader. This will turn it into a storage device, and you can work on documents and pictures without installing anything.

Pick up your iPad and try out everything included in this article! The more you learn about the iPad, the more that you’ll realize that the possibilities of an iPad are endless. You definitely will not regret having purchased a new iPad.

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