Monday, November 18, 2013

Guide On How To Effectively Use Your Ipad

Believe it or not, there is a lot that an iPad can do that many people do not know. Some look at it as the future of technology and others think of it as a plaything. If you want to learn how to use your iPad as a tool, read this article for helpful tips.

iPads now support folders. To create a folder, move an app and put it on top one. The result will be a folder containing both of your apps together. If you would like to name the folder yourself, that can be done as well.

Running Apps

You can access all of your running apps on your iPad. If you double-click on the Home button, it will show you all running apps in a bar on the bottom of your screen. If you want to go to one of these apps, just click it on the bottom bar. To remove the bar, swipe your screen downwards.

Pay attention to how much you spend on all those apps you buy. It is very easy to spend a lot very quickly when you have your CC details stored. Therefore, you should closely watch your spending.

If WiFi join notifications annoy you, simply get rid of them. Go to Settings and opt for the Ask to Join Network option. Once set to no, you won’t be nagged again.

You may be annoyed by the chiming whenever you get an email. This can be turned off! Go to the settings and tap on general. 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.

Does the battery charge icon distract you on your iPad screen? If so, then it’s possible to turn this off, and it’s quite simple. Start by going to the Settings. Then click Usage under the General Settings. Under this menu, you can easily switch off your battery percentage display.

Quickly Mute

You are now able to quickly mute your iPad. When the iPad first came out, you couldn’t quickly mute it. Once iOS 4.3 came out, there was an option added where your lock switch can mute the sound. If you want to mute the sound, just hold down the volume-down button.

If you bought an iPad for a younger child and don’t want him or her to access certain things, make sure your settings are set to block mature content. You can do so in the settings area. A quick button click will stop mature content from being viewed. You can block any material that has been labeled as having adult content and bad language.

How do you avoid the frustration of an unknown hyperlink when browsing on your iPad? There is an answer. True, you can’t hover like on a regular computer, but you can touch and hold on the word. That will show you the underlying URL.

The preloaded apps that came with your iPad might not correspond to your needs. Since these apps are part of the OS, they can’t be removed. Put the programs you don’t use elsewhere so you can make room for the ones you do use. You can then focus on getting down to business.

To see a list of running and recently-used apps, double click the home button. That will give you a bar that includes all the running apps, and you can access them by pressing on the icon in the bar. This way, your remember the apps you have going, and you can shut down the ones you don’t need anymore.

It does not matter if you believe the iPad is nothing more than a large gaming device or something more, you can choose to make it more. This article just helps you with a little of what you can learn with the iPad. Continue to learn, and you will soon be an expert.

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