Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Surprise Even Yourself With These IPad Tips

Surprise Even Yourself With These IPad TipsIf you know someone who owns an iPad you have surely heard alot about how useful and entertaining it can be. However, learning all your iPad can do can be quite helpful. Keep on reading to get more out of your iPad. Are tired of having your iPad constantly ask you whether or not you wish to connect with detected WiFi network. You're able to turn off this feature through the settings menu. If you don't want to be prompted again, just select Wi-Fi and the final page option to turn it off.

Surprise Even Yourself With These IPad Tips

If you want to review a photo or video you just shot, you do not have to select the camera icon on the bottom left of the screen. Swipe with one finger toward the right and your picture or your video will be displayed. You can continue to swipe to the left to see earlier photos and videos.

On your email, you will notice that the default only allows for two visible lines. It is helpful sometimes to get a preview of the email contact. You can select mail from your settings. After you go to "mail", choose "contacts" and "calendar" in order to see additional lines of text before opening your messages.

Do you just hate knowing how much charge remains in your iPad battery? It is easy to banish this totally useless information from your iPad's screen. Start by going to Settings. Then click on General, and then Usage. You will then have access to the battery percentage display and have the option to turn it off.

Surprise Even Yourself With These IPad Tips

If you are a Google-phobe and want to use some other search engine as your primary search provider, it is possible to make this happen. Access Safari and then Search Engine from the Settings menu. This give you the option of choosing Bing or Yahoo as your search engine, if you prefer them to Google.

Want to know how to locate an iPad if it gets lost? Simply open Settings, then iCloud. Under the area labeled "Find My iPad," enter your Apple ID and make sure the function is enabled. Therefore, if you ever lose your device, you can visit iCloud.com to find it.

If you often use the Internet, don't forget the cloud functions your iPad offers. It keeps your content off the hard drive, leaving you space. Put anything that you think is important on your cloud, in addition to keeping it on your tablet.

The iPad is inspiring. If you want to use an iPad everyday you should keep reading. If you apply the information above, the necessary skills for an enjoyable iPad experience are yours.