The iPad is a great piece of technology. To get more out of an iPad, a little knowledge can help. Try these tips to get the most from your iPad.

Running Apps

You can now use folders on the iOS iPad. Tap an app and hold the icon until it jiggles. Then, drag the app onto a second app and let go. Doing so creates a folder containing both of these apps. Pick any name you wish for this group.

TIP! The iPhone charger was NOT build for the iPad. All iPhone chargers uses only 5 watts, while an iPad charger uses 10 watts.

Accessing the running apps is easy. Double-clicking on your Home button will show all the running apps in the bar at your screen’s bottom. It is easy to switch to an app by tapping it on the bar. To get rid of the bar, you should take your finger and swipe it down towards the bottom of the screen.

Are you sick of your iPad asking you to become part of a Wi-Fi network? Then go to settings and eliminate the possibility. You can go to the tab to opt out of joining a network. Once set to no, you won’t be nagged again.

Tablet typing isn’t simple. There is, however, a speech dictation button on the iPad. Press the home button of your iPad twice and select the microphone icon that appears. When you are finished you just hit the microphone again and the text will appear on the screen.

People often make mistakes when typing on tablets, which leads to interesting typos in the resulting messages. However, you can use speech dictation as an alternative. Push your Home button two times and just tap on the tiny microphone you see. When you finish talking, press the icon button again and you will see your words appear as text.

TIP! Your iPad is defaulted to show the first two lines of an email in preview. It can be helpful to see more of the content prior to opening.

To include Google calender events on the iPad, select Mail > Contacts > Calenders. Choose Other under Add An Account. Tap the Add CalDAV Account icon and put in your Google information. Then you have to go from the settings app to the calendar app. The calendar should now be updated.

Taking screenshots is simple. Just hold down the Home and Sleep buttons together. The iPad will take your screenshot and store it where it stores all your photos.

An iPad is an expensive investment, so you need to take good care of it. Get a screen protection if you plan on transporting your iPad. It may seem like a flimsy piece of plastic, but it will do a good job of protecting your iPad’s screen. However, it’s important that you clean your iPad’s screen with a soft, slightly damp cloth. Don’t use things like window cleaners when you’re trying to wash your iPad off.

Are you annoyed by the battery charge display? This can be simply turned off. At the outset, access the Settings Menu. You will find Usage under General. This menu provides an option for turning off the battery monitor information and clearing the screen.

TIP! If you would like to take a screenshot while you are using your iPad, it is very easy to do. The home and sleep buttons pressed together will take a screenshot.

The iPad can be instantly muted. There was no mute button on the original iPad. Now, you can mute the sound easily with very simple steps. If you want to mute the sound, just hold down the volume-down button.

The iPad has changed the way in which many people use technology daily. There are many different apps available that will allow you to use your iPad for all your favorite activities. If you apply what you have learned here, you can see the endless potential that the iPad can have.

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