Most people that have used an iPad will agree that it can greatly improve your life. If you want to use it for all its worth, you must learn about all it can do. Read this piece to find out how useful an iPad is.
Tablet typing isn’t simple. Fortunately, you can choose to have your iPad dictate what you say instead. Simply push home twice and a small microphone will pop up. When you finish speaking, press that icon again and the words will show up as text.
If you would like to include your Google Calender on your iPad’s calender app, go to mail, then contacts and then calenders. Switch to Add An Account and then tap the Other button. Tap Add CallDAV Account and then enter your Google data. After you’ve done this, leave the settings, then tap the calendar app. All that you need should be right there.
Are you annoyed by the battery charge display? This is easy to toggle off. To turn off, simply enter the Settings menu. Find the Usage category, beneath the General tab. In Usage, you are able to turn off the battery percentage icon.
Does tapping the bookmark menu take too much time? Turn the Bookmarks Bar on instead! Go to your Settings screen, click Safari and then go to Always Show Bookmarks and switch this to the On position.
What happens if your iPad is stolen or lost? Simply open Settings, then iCloud. Put in your Apple ID,and on the bottom of the screen where it says “Find My iPad,” turn it on. When your iPad disappears, you’ll be able to track it on iCloud.com.
There is an interesting way that you can turn off the sound on your device. Hold the volume-down key for a couple of seconds. This is quicker than adjusting the volume repeatedly. To restore your volume, hold down the volume down button again.
Set up FaceTime with your phone numbers and emails. By default, FaceTime on your iPad will include the email that you set the iPad up with, but you can add more. If you want additional emails or phone number to be recognized by FaceTime, you can use the settings are of your iPad to add them.
Anyone who has used one knows that an iPad is a fun, useful device. For you to have a great experience with an iPad, but you have to first learn what they have to offer. Follow the advice in this tutorial, and you’ll be accomplishing more tasks than ever with your new iPad.
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