It comes as no surprise to anybody who has used one that the iPad ranks among the most revolutionary personal technology tools ever invented. Studying can really provide an extra boost to your iPad knowledge. Keep reading for some useful advice on how to use your iPad efficiently.
When you need to keep multiple pages open at the same time, display each new page as a new tab. When you’re in the Safari browser, tap the link and hold it until the menu for options appears. You can choose to see the link in a second tab this way.
Are you tired of going through the bookmark icon to visit your favorite sites? All you need to do is turn on your bookmark bar. Search out Safari within the Settings menu. Change the Always Show Bookmarks to On and you’re done.
Learn how to mute your iPad instantly. Use this helpful tip. Just depress the volume button for a couple of seconds. This is a lot quicker than going through the settings. Hold it again when you want to turn the volume up.
When you are browsing a page on the iPad and you see a link, does it bother you that you do not know where the link leads you to? You can solve this problem on your iPad rather easily. There’s no mouse on an iPad, so pointing at the link like you would on a PC is out. Instead, tap the link and hold your finger there. The URL represented by the hyperlink will magically appear.
Listening to music on your iPad is great, but have you heard about podcasts? They allow you to access a radio clip on just about anything you can think of. If music is failing to hold your interest, see if podcasts are for you. You’ll always find something of interest.
If you have music stored in the cloud on iTunes, you can listen to it on your iPad. You don’t even have to download all your songs again. Just go to “Home Sharing” in both the iPad and iTunes. Then go into your Music app on the iPad, click More, and click Shared. Enjoy your music!
Security is key to iPad safety. You could always misplace the device and someone could access all your information. You may have bank records and passwords you don’t want stolen. There are things you may not want people to see in your emails.
Some people are annoyed by the battery charge indicator that is always onscreen. But you can remove it! Go to settings, then go to general, and then usage. Here you can disable it. If, at a later time, you want to enable it again, follow the same procedure.
You may be full of awe and wonder the first time you use an iPad. If you want to find out all it can do, you might want to take time to learn all about it. If you use these tips you will be able to get a headstart on the use of your iPad.