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Don't lose track of your iPad app spending. iTunes makes it simple to just click and buy once you have entered your credit card or gift card information. Make sure you monitor how much you spend.
If you need to mute your iPad's sound in a pinch, use this handy technique. Just hold down the volume down button for a couple seconds. That works faster than continuing to adjust your volume. Hold it another time to get the volume level back to where it was.
Folders are available in today's iOS. To utilize this feature, tap the app you want to until it begins to shake, then drag it where you want to drop it. Doing this creates a folder, categorizing both apps. You can easily rename this folder.
Is typing getting you down? Give the dictation feature a try instead. Simply click the microphone symbol on your keyboard feature and begin dictating. When finished, you will click the symbol again. When you double click it, the words change to text, and you're able to change any error you made.
Adjust settings to have control over the notifications you get. Many apps have a habit of alerting you about every little thing. Fix this by navigating to Settings > Notifications. You can save your iPad battery by deciding to turn off certain app alerts, while allowing alerts from others. That helps you when you want to get alerted from something important.
Are you being nagged by the battery charge notification? It may be useful to know that they are easy to turn off. Start by going to Settings. You will find Usage under General. Access the Usage menu and turn off the display for battery percentage.
There is no need for a a third device to transfer images from your digital camera to your iPad. Just pop the SD card out of the camera and into the Apple SD-Card reader. This will turn your SD card into a storage disk, allowing you to work on your documents or pictures without having to install them.
Did you accidentally launch an app that makes a lot of noise? It is easy to mute the volume on the iPad. All you have to do is hold down the volume-down key until it turns off. If you mute a lot, you may configure your lock button into a mute button.
If you discover that plugging your iPad into the front side of your computer does not charge it, then try plugging instead into the rear of the machine. USB ports are not created equally. The ones near the front of your computer usually contain lower power than the ones in the back. If you try plugging it in the back and this still isn't effective, then you need to purchase a USB adapter.
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, swipe right and your picture is there. Swipe in the other direction to see photos you took earlier.
Use your iPad to listen to iTunes. If you have songs stored on iTunes, you can play them right from the cloud. Simply enable 'Home Sharing'. In your iPad's music app, tap More, then Shared. Then you can listen!
Lots of people know about the iTunes store, but some may not understand its full capability. One great feature is iTunes U (the 'U' is for university). It houses many educational podcasts on any topic you could possibly imagine.
When taking photos, you might hold the iPad on the sides. Doing this will make the shutter button move, and you will be unsteady when you take the photograph. Locking the orientation is a great solution for this common problem. That way, your shutter button is easily reachable. After you take the photograph, you can rotate the image with an image editor.
The iPad comes already loaded with applications you may not find useful. Many of these apps cannot be deleted. You can put them in a folder and location where they won't be in your way. You can then focus on getting down to business.
A double click on the iPad Home button will display all apps that are currently in use. After doing that all of the apps that are running will pop-up on the bottom of your screen, and from there you just need to click the appropriate icon. This lets you keep an eye on what's running on your iPad and close unneeded apps to free up RAM.