The iPad can do many things for people. If you add a keyboard, it can be used for word processing. Others use it to play games, and even add on accessories like joysticks. Download apps that correspond to your needs and your iPad will become a useful tool in your professional life. These tips will make your iPad experience exceptional.
Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? Start by putting your finger on the app. As it starts jiggling, you drag the app over another icon and then let 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 easily rename this folder.
It easy to access the currently running apps on your iPad. All you have to do is quickly double click your Home button. If you want to bring up that app, just tap its icon on the bar. In order to get rid of the bar, swipe downwards on the screen.
Have you ever mistakenly opened a noisy app? Mute your iPad in an emergency by holding down the volume button. Alternately, you could configure the button labeled LOCK ORIENTATION to use instead of the mute button.
The iPad’s default setting shows two lines of every email prior to it being opened. It is helpful sometimes to get a preview of the email contact. In mail under settings, you can make this alteration. Then click on Contacts, then click Calendar and then finally select Preview Mail Options so that you can see more at one time.
Use shortcuts to make sending messages a breeze. For instance, a period and space are added when you tap the space bar two times while typing a sentence. That removes the need for you to manually do this, and you have more time to message friends.
Do you feel distracted by seeing the battery charge percent icon on your iPad screen? It may be useful to know that they are easy to turn off. First, you will want to locate the Settings option. Go to General, then Usage. Here, you can turn off the battery percentage indicator if it bothers you.
You are now able to quickly mute your iPad. When the iPad first came out, you couldn’t quickly mute it. With the advent of iOS 4.3, it became possible to mute the audio easily. Now, in order to quickly mute your iPad, simply press the volume-down button and hold it there.
Hold down on your text if you want to copy and paste it. Tapping on the text, switch to an app, and hold it down again. This will cause a menu to pop up, displaying Paste. Tap it. When you want to copy an entire paragraph, just give it four good taps.
Whether you need to get homework done, talk to others from all over the world or play some games, the iPad can make it happen. All you need to do is do a little research, and you will quickly learn about what you can do with your iPad, as you did above. Apply your new knowledge and have fun with your device.