It’s not really surprising that most people that have purchased and used an iPad think of it as a great and valuable tool. However, learning all your iPad can do can be quite helpful. Keep reading for some useful advice on how to use your iPad efficiently.
Accessing the running apps is easy. By double-clicking on your Home button, you will see every running app in a bar near the bottom of the screen. Tap an application icon to switch to that app. In order to get rid of the bar, swipe downwards on the screen.
Know which apps are running on your iPad. You can run many iPad’s apps in the back while you are doing other things. If you aren’t sure what you have left open, push the home button twice. The apps which are currently running appear in the bar located low on your screen. When you are finished with this area, swipe down and the bar will be gone.
If you are getting irritated by the amount of times that you are being asked to join Wi-Fi networks, go into your settings and change it. You will see the choice that asks if you want to join networks. Pick that option, and you will not see notifications any longer.
By using tabs to open websites, it’s easy to keep all the pages you need open. While surfing using Safari, simply tap the link and hold it until a pop-up menu appears. You can select the option to have another tab created with the new link content.
Does the battery charge icon distract you on your iPad screen? It may be useful to know that they are easy to turn off. Click on Settings. Look under the General section to locate Usage. You can quickly turn on or off the battery display.
Google does not have to be the only search engine you use. To change these settings, navigate your way to your Safari setting and choose search engine. You can then switch to Yahoo or Bing if you like them better than Google.
You can easily take screenshots while using your iPad. Hold Home and Sleep simultaneously. That takes the shot and puts it with the rest of your pictures.
If you want to quickly mute your iPad, just follow this simple step. Just depress the volume button for only 2 seconds. This is a lot quicker than going through the settings. When ready for original volume level, simply hold the button down again.
Muting your iPad can come in handy when needed. There was no mute button on the original iPad. With the newer iOS, you can have the button on the side do this for you. To do a quick mute on your iPad now, press and hold down your volume-down button.
If you are still new to using your iPad, you are probably still confused even though the device is amazing. Anyone who wants to integrate this tool into his or her daily life should spend some time learning how to operate it. Use the advice from above to learn all the ins and outs of your new iPad.