An iPad serves different functions in different homes. Use a Bluetooth keyboard, and it becomes a netbook that is good for light productivity applications. With a joystick, it’s able to function as a gaming system. With Skype, you can video conference. These tips will make your iPad experience exceptional.
The iPad’s iOS supports folders now. To create a folder, move an app and put it on top one. When you do that, it creates a folder containing the two apps and labels them with an appropriate category. You can also rename the folder easily.
It is easy to access all open apps. Just hit the Home button twice and a list will show up on the screen. Tap on any of these apps to access it. To take the bar away, just do a downward swipe on your screen.
People often make mistakes when typing on tablets, which leads to interesting typos in the resulting messages. However, the iPad does have a button for speech dictation. Depress the Home button two times, then touch the microphone icon. Once you’ve finished with your message, tap the icon once more to have your words converted into text.
It can be far simpler to transmit messages by familiarizing yourself with certain shortcuts. One shortcut is to double tap the space bar to enter a period and space after a sentence. This can give you the ability to send messages in volume.
If you want to sync your Google Calendar with the iPad’s native calendar app, open the settings menu and navigate to Mail > Contacts > Calendars. You select Other after tapping the Add An Account icon. Hit your “Add CalDAV” icon and add in the relevant Google information. Then you have to go from the settings app to the calendar app. Everything you need should be right there!
From homework to videoconferencing, the iPad does it all. You just need to educate yourself about how to use your iPad effectively. Use the information in this article to get the most out of your iPad.