The iPad is a polarizing device. Some say it is the tool of the future, while others think it is nothing more than a toy. If you would like to make good use of the iPad as a tool, this article provides some tips to help you.
Watch the amount of money you are putting out for iPad applications. Sometimes, apps can cost a lot, especially if you purchase a lot of them. Be aware of what you are doing when buying apps. Keep track.
You can get access to remote servers by using VPN networks. The network tab is where you can change anything related to VPN connections. As will all VPNs, you’ll need a username and address. If you are not sure what the server address is, you should contact the person who administrate the VPN network.
Do you feel annoyed when your iPad asks if you want to join a new wifi network that is has detected? By going into your settings, you can choose to turn off this feature. Just go to the tab for Wi-Fi, and there is an option to turn off the prompt. It is the final option on that page.
If your iPad constantly asks you if you would like to join the Wi-Fi networks it detects, change this option. You will find an option that says to ask if you want to join networks. Change this setting, and you’ll no longer be asked to join random Wi-Fi networks.
You don’t have to tap the camera roll icon that’s in the bottom-left of your screen to see a video or photo you’ve just taken. Instead, you can use one finger to swipe to the right, and voila, there is your picture or video. You can look at previous pictures by going left.
Even if you are in a rush, don’t make the mistake of charging your iPad with the charger for your iPhone. This is because it has a different wattage than an iPad charger. Using an iPhone charger to fully charge an iPad battery will take quite a long time. To save time, charge your iPad with the included charger.
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. Click on Add Account and choose the Other option. Tap the Add CalDAV Account icon and put in your Google information. Now leave the settings area and access the calendar app. This will get you the desired result that you are looking for.
Do you want to eliminate the battery charge level from your iPad screen? It is easy to turn off. First enter the Settings menu. Look under General to find Usage. This allows you to turn off the battery percentage notifications.
It is possible to shift away from using Google as the search engine, from which the iPad defaults. Simply visit “settings” and select “Safari” and then “search engine.” This give you the option of choosing Bing or Yahoo as your search engine, if you prefer them to Google.
A forum might be useful if you’re having a hard time figuring out your iPad. Lots of websites focus on iPads and can help you learn how to use the device to its full advantage. You can ask questions or just peruse the archives for useful information. Chances are, your questions have already been answered.
Use tabs to do many different things in your browser at once. Using tabs allows you to follow links and visit other sites without closing what you are doing. Hold the link and a list of options will appear. Choose “open link in new tab” so that both the new page and previous page will remain open.
Use your iPad to listen to music on iTunes. If you have songs stored on iTunes, you can play them right from the cloud. Just go to “Home Sharing” in both the iPad and iTunes. Once this option is enabled, your iTunes library will show up under the Shared section of the music app on your iPad. Then you can listen!
Your iPad is more than just piece of gaming equipment; you can use it for practical purposes. This article just helps you with a little of what you can learn with the iPad. Keep reading and learning and soon you’ll be an iPad expert!