At first glance, iPads seem too simple. Download some apps and you’re good to go, right? There is a lot to learn about iPad usage and this article can help you learn everything you need to know.
You can now create folders with your iPad to store valuable information. To create a folder, move an app and put it on top one. Instantly they will both merge into a folder named after their categories. You can rename the folder, if you like.
Wi-Fi notifications can quickly become irritating, so change them in the settings application. There is a selection in the Settings menu to disable Wi-Fi messages. Choose that and you won’t be bothered with incoming invites.
The factory default iPad setting is set to preview only two written lines from each email prior to you selecting it. In some cases, you may want to see more before you open it. Just visit SETTINGS and tap MAIL. Then click on Contacts, then click Calendar and then finally select Preview Mail Options so that you can see more at one time.
Do you hate it when you are surfing on your iPad and you cannot tell where a hyperlinked word will lead you? You can solve this problem on your iPad rather easily. Even though you are unable to hover over the link as you would with your computer, you are able to touch the word and hold it. A popup that shows the link’s URL will appear.
It is possible to gain access to all apps that are currently running on your iPad. Press the Home button twice and a bar with the running apps will appear. If you want to go to one of these apps, just click it on the bottom bar. To make the bar disappear, simply swipe the screen downwards.
If you have purchased an iPad for your child and are worried about them viewing mature content, change the settings so that this type of content is blocked. Access the settings menu and limit any mature content that they can view. You have the option of blocking anything that is labeled as “adult.”
Sync your pages with iTunes and share your documents with a PC or Mac. It is now easier than ever to share documents, and you can integrate your work with all types of computers through iTunes. You can send documents, such as PDFs, over the Internet to others. You can send work documents to your home PC, as well.
Muting your iPad’s sound is actually pretty simple. Simply hold the volume down button for a couple of seconds. That’s faster than adjusting the volume repeatedly. If you want to readjust it, press it down once more.
The iPad can be used to make everyday life a lot more easy, and it’s simple to use, as well. Not only is this a great tool for fun, it can assist you in the corporate world as well. Use the tips you’ve learned here to start enjoying your iPad even more than you ever imagined you could.