Using Your IPad And Making It Work For You

You surely want to use more features on your iPad, but you may not know how. Don’t allow it to just become a machine you do a few things on. You can do many amazing things using the iPad. Read on to learn more about what your iPad can do.

The latest operating system, iOS, allows you to use folders on your iPad. To begin, tap and hold your finger on an app until it starts jiggling, drag that app on top of another icon, and then let it go. Doing this creates a folder, categorizing both apps. You can easily rename your folder.

Do you get perturbed when your iPad wants you to go on the WiFi available? This feature can be turned off if you go to the settings. Select “Wi-Fi” and then turn off the notification option if you want them to disappear.

Did you just launch a noisy app by mistake? Muting your volume is as simple as pressing and holding the volume button down. If you use the mute button a lot, you can configure the lock orientation button to function as a mute button.

Are you annoyed when your iPad audibly alerts you to every new email? You can get rid of these alerts. Go to the Settings and select the General tab. Select Sounds. This will allow you to adjust or turn off any notifications.

To add your Google Calender to your Calender app, you’ll need to go into your Mail, elect Contacts, and then choose Calenders. Click on Add Account and choose the Other option. Tap on the CalDAV Account and then just enter the information for Google. Click the home button to exit the settings menu and enter your calendar application. You should now be all set.

Do you find the battery charge percentage a bit distracting on the screen of your iPad? Turn it off, then! Begin by going to your iPad’s Settings. Under the General section, you will find Usage. Under this menu, you can easily switch off your battery percentage display.

It is easy to get a screenshot of a page displayed on the iPad. Just hold down the Home and Sleep buttons together. That takes the shot and puts it with the rest of your pictures.

You can set your iPad to block mature content if your child will be using it. Simply access the settings and make appropriate adjustments to mature and explicit content. You can block anything you want from here.

Phone Numbers

Set up phone numbers and emails for FaceTime. When it’s on default, FaceTime on the iPad includes the email you set up with your iPad, but it’s possible to add more. If there are several phone numbers or emails that you need FaceTime to know, set them up inside your iPad settings.

Visit your frequently used applications faster and with greater ease. By double clicking the home button, the apps will come up immediately on the bottom of your device. This trick will save you time, versus scrolling through separate screens to find what you are looking for.

The cloud function is great to use if you love to play around on the internet. This is a great way to store information without taking up space on your iPad’s hard drive. Make sure you store your most critical items on the cloud as well as the device.

To see every app that is current running, double click the home button. After doing that all of the apps that are running will pop-up on the bottom of your screen, and from there you just need to click the appropriate icon. This enables you to know at any given time which apps are using up your energy and keep track of what you have recently worked on.

Differing environments mean variable need for brightness settings, which is exactly why Apple gives you the controls to adjust things. Dim your screen by clicking the Home button two times and swiping. Doing so lets you change the brightness for the ambiance.

You can enjoy music through iTunes on the iPad. If you’re already a member of iTunes, and don’t wish to get your songs downloaded again, you will find that there’s an easy way to get to them. Use the “Home Sharing” mode on iTunes and your iPad. Then go into your Music app on the iPad, click More, and click Shared. This makes it simple to enjoy your favorite songs!

Now that you have learned more about the iPad, you’ll be able to use it more efficiently. It can do nearly anything! Use all the tips you’ve learned from this article and keep learning more. Check out the latest apps and make friends with your new iPad.