Really Useful iPad Tips and Tricks

Really Useful iPad Tips and Tricks

The iPad, which is one if the famous products of Apple Inc., has provided its users lots of usability and functionality that are not present in other tablets. It is a state-of-the-art tablet that offers greater processing power in a portable tablet. In fact, you can do most of the things that you can do on a notebook on it, plus a whole lot more. And with the new iPad, Apple gives you a better experience in using their advanced product, though not all are familiar with the cool tricks the iPad can do.

There are lots of fantastic tips and tricks that you can do on your iPad. For a better usability, you can create folders to keep your files, access all running apps for easier app management, change whether the orientation lock will function as it is or as a mute button, and control your iPad’s notification, hide the battery percentage meter, quickly mute your tablet by pressing and holding the volume down button, add and use a Google calendar, and use an Apple or any Bluetooth keyboard. For creating documents easier, you can turn the iPad’s caps lock on, copy and paste texts, replace a word easily, make use of the hidden apostrophe key on it, use quick notes, and use a full stop by tapping the space bar twice. There are also some fantastic tricks on some of its apps, like adjusting the brightness of your iBooks, changing the days on your calendar, view streets on Maps, get directions on Maps, display PDF’s, and more.

For a better internet experience, you can connect to a VPN, turn-off WI-Fi connection notifications, type websites easier, scroll on Safari quickly, zoom in websites, use bookmarks on the safari, clear the browsing history, open links in a new tab, find text on a page, turn off the email alert sounds, preview more emails, turn off push mail, and make a backup of your files online. Its multimedia experience also has a lot of tricks such as connecting your iPad to an HD TV, stream your movies and music using AirPlay, take screenshots, use the camera focus and meter, use the orientation lock as a camera shutter, use FaceTime, have fun with PhotoBooth, as well as putting your camera’s photos directly on your iPad. There are also lots more features of the iPad such as avoiding underpowered USB docks when charging, use multitasking gestures, restrict your spotlight searches, print using AirPrint, share pages by synching, home sharing, and the use of a Smart Cover. And compared to other tablets, you will never worry about charging the iPad because it lasts a long time. You can program it to delete your files if someone inputs the wrong password 10 times, which is a great security precaution. Aside from these, there are lots more functions that the iPad gives its users.