As an iPad owner, you have probably noticed that this device is intuitive. 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.
The iPad’s iOS supports folders now. Simply tap and hold the app. It will begin to make a wiggling motion, at which point you can drag and drop the icon onto another one. This will create a folder which holds the two apps. The name of the folder will represent the category of what the apps are. You can change the name to better describe the apps within.
Did you just launch a noisy app by mistake? Press volume down for a few seconds to mute quickly. If you need a mute button, change your settings so your lock orientation button becomes a mute button.
You can adjust the settings so you can see more than a couple of lines from the emails in your inbox. Go to settings – mail – preview to change it. If you select five lines, you will be able to get a good idea of what your emails are about before you open them. You will now see more lines of the email while in the inbox.
Do not use the charger for your iPhone on your iPad if you do not have a lot of time. The iPad carries 10 watts as opposed to just 5 watts for the iPhone. The iPhone charger will take much longer to fully charge your iPad. Stick with the charger sent with the iPad.
With the default setting you can see the first two lines of any emails before you open them. You may want to have more text available to preview. To do this, go to Settings>Mail. Then choose Contacts, go to Calender, then pick the Preview option to increase the number of lines.
You can add Google Calendar to your calendar app by going to Mail/Contacts/Calendars. Select Add an Account and tap the Other one. Use the Add CalDAV icon to input your information for Google. Leave the settings menu and open the calendar app. You should now be all set.
Do you hate having to tap the bookmark icon in order to open your bookmarked sites? You should activate the bookmark bar. Start with Settings, then choose Safari. You will see an option for always showing your bookmarks bar. Enable it to the On position.
There is a way to locate your iPad if it becomes misplaced. If yes, go to the iCloud settings in the Settings area. Insert your Apple ID. Once you do this, the bottom of your screen will flash “Find My iPad” and tap it to turn the feature on. When your iPad disappears, you’ll be able to track it on iCloud.com.
If you use Google Calendar and want it included within the calendar app on your iPad, then go to your Mail option, followed by Contacts and finally Calendars. Click on Add Account and choose the Other option. Choose Add CalDAV Account and enter your Google information. Next, you exit the settings section in order to access the calendar app. Now, you should be ready.
Easily access running apps. All you have to do is double click your home button, and they will appear instantly at the bottom of whatever screen you are on. This trick may save a ton of time versus scrolling through several screens looking for something.
The cloud function is great to use if you love to play around on the internet. This is terrific for storing information without using hard drive space on your iPad. Put anything that you think is important on your cloud, in addition to keeping it on your tablet.
Although they are simple to operate, if you know more about the device, you can get more out of it. Use the information in this article as a springboard to get you started learning more about your iPad. Understanding how to do things the right way can help your iPad be everything you want it to be.
Do you find it irritating that you have to constantly tap your bookmarks icon to view your favorite sites? You can stop this by permanently enabling the bookmark bar. Go to your Settings screen, click Safari and then go to Always Show Bookmarks and switch this to the On position.