Tips And Tricks Your May Not Know In The Usage Of Your IPad

Anyone who has ever used an iPad knows what a powerful, yet intuitive and elegant device it is. A little time spent doing some research will teach you a lot about maximizing the use of your iPad. Read on to glean some informative facts about using the iPad to its full potential.

You can get to all of your active apps easily on your iPad. Press the Home button twice and a bar with the running apps will appear. Tap an application icon to switch to that app. Make this bar disappear by making a downward swipe on your screen.

Does it irritate you when you get an alert about your iPad detecting a wi-fi network? This feature can be turned off in your settings. Select “Wi-Fi” and then turn off the notification option if you want them to disappear.

A soft reset will allow you to resume using your iPad if the screen is frozen. Just hold the power and home button at the same time and for a few seconds to do this. Your device then restarts itself. Hold the home button down for several seconds to force-close an app.

Remain aware of the apps that are currently operational on your device. You can run a lot of the apps on an iPad while you are doing other things. If you want to see what else is running on your iPad, just double-click the Home button. You will see them in a bar located at the bottom. After you have a chance to look through everything, simply swipe down and the bar will go away.

Did you just launch a noisy app by mistake? The volume can quickly be muted by holding down the decrease volume button. If you use mute often, you can set your lock orientation button as a muting alternative.

Use shortcuts to make sending messages a breeze. You can add a full stop and a space by tapping on the space button twice. This will make your typing much more efficient, allowing you to get more done and text more quickly.

Does the battery charge icon distract you on your iPad screen? If you want, you have the power to turn that off. Start by going to the Settings. From here, click on Usage which is found under the General section. In this menu, you are able to very simply turn off the display that shows your battery percentage.

Bookmarks Bar

Do you hate having to tap the bookmark icon in order to open your bookmarked sites? Well you can turn on the bookmarks bar permanently and eliminate this problem. Go to Settings, Safari, Always Show the Bookmarks Bar, and select On.

You can now do a quick mute your iPad. The original iPad did not have a simple mute button. Prior to iOS 4.3 you had to use the lock switch to mute the sound or lock your iPad’s orientation. In order to quickly mute an iPad, simply hold the volume decrease button.

Sync pages using iTunes to share documents with both a Mac and a PC. It is so easy to send your documents from the iPad to the computer, you will soon forget how you ever did it the old way. Also, you can track and view your PDFs with ease.

The iPad is pre-loaded with lots of apps you have no use for. Sadly, many can’t be deleted. You can put them away in a folder and they will not get in your way. Without these apps to clutter your screen, you can do more with your preferred apps.

Your first instinct when taking photos with an iPad is to hold it by its sides. Doing this will make the shutter button move, and you will be unsteady when you take the photograph. Try to use the orientation lock. You can then put the button to push near your thumb. After you take the photograph, you can rotate the image with an image editor.

When you use an iPad the first time, you may be amazed and inspired. Your iPad will become a lot more useful once you learn how to use all the different features. By following the tips and advice from this article, you’re on your way to having an amazing iPad experience.