Are you confused by some of the ways that you must work your iPad? Do the double tap, page slides and zoom techniques blow your mind? If so, you may have just found the solution to your problem. Below, you will find this a good informative read some of the best tips and tricks to assist you in using your iPad.
If you want to organize your apps, create some folders. You can create a folder by tapping one of your apps and holding until all the apps are moving. Drag this app over a second app you want to place in the same folder and a folder containing both apps will appear. Drag other apps to the folder.
The user reviews are generally incredibly accurate in representations of the quality of the application. Of course, you need to make sure that there are more than just one or two reviews, but if there are, and if the app has four or five stars, you should be good to go.
Are you constantly annoyed by the AutoCorrect on your iPad? Try this trick in the future. After you finish typing your word, tap on it in the suggestion’s area. That will ensure that you get what you typed instead of the AutoCorrect suggested word that automatically gets inserted when you hit a space.
To add your Google Calendar to your iPad calendar app, select Mail, Contacts and Calendars. Hit Add An Account and hit Other. Select Add CalDAV Account and then insert your Google credentials. Next, leave settings and open the calender. Everything you need should be right there!
If you want to browse a new web page without losing track of what you were browsing before, use the tabbed browsing feature. When in Safari, tap and hold a URL to see a popup menu. You will be given the choice to open the website of choice in an additional tab in the pop-up menu.
If you almost always have Internet access, the cloud is very helpful. It keeps your content off the hard drive, leaving you space. Make sure that you save critical documents to both your iPad and the cloud.
Do you want to see all the running apps on your iPad? Then, double-click the Home button and every app will display at the bottom of your screen. If you want to run one of the running apps, simply tap it. Simply swipe your screen down to eliminate the bar.
Would you rather use a search engine other than Google on your iPad? You can easily change the default to your favorite search engine. Under your Safari Settings menu, select Search Engine. Once you are there, you will see options for Yahoo and Bing in addition to the default Google browser.
Did you know that you can group your apps into folders? As if you were moving it around, touch and hold an icon. When they begin to jiggle, drag that icon over another, you wish to group it with. Voila! You now have a folder in which you can place a bunch of similar apps.
Sort your apps rather than displaying each and everyone on the iPad’s home screen. Hold your finger down on the app until its icon makes a quick shaking motion. You can then drag the app and drop it on top of another app icon. You will then be prompted to create a folder. Sorting related apps into folders makes it much easier to quickly locate what you are looking for without endless swiping.
One way to monitor the volume much more quickly and efficiently on your iPad is to use the lock button to mute your device. You can also press and hold the volume button to change it quickly as well. Many people are unaware that the lock button is a mute button and that the volume button can work faster by pressing and holding.
You should now feel more comfortable and confident operating your iPad. Each of the preceding tips will help you in one way or another when it comes to the use of your iPad. Soon, it will come as second nature and you will be able to maneuver through your iPad without second thought.