We want to share with you some useful tips to use your iPad!
- Organize your apps with folders
To create a folder, simply hold your finger down on an app's icon until all of the apps begin to shake. Next, just drag it on top of another app and the iPad will create a folder containing the apps. To add more apps in the folder, simply drag them over and drop them on the newly-created folder.
- Quick onscreen music controls
To skip a song, you can either go into your music app, or you can go to the onscreen music controls. These controls are a little hidden, but they are easy to locate if you know where to look. Simply click the home button twice, and when the list of the most recently opened apps appears, slide your finger across these apps from left to right to reveal the music controls. You can pause, play, skip forward or skip backwards.
- Find apps quickly
Use the iPad's Spotlight Search, which can be accessed by clicking the home button while on the first page of the home screen. You can also use this method to search through your contacts or even your email.
- Add apps to the bottom tray of your home screen
Tap an icon and hold down your finger until all the apps are shaking. This allows you to move the app. To get it on the bottom tray, just drag it over and drop it on the tray. You'll see the other apps move over to make room for it, and that lets you know it is okay to drop it.
- Delete old games you no longer play
You only need to buy an app once and you can download it however many times you want. You can even download an app on your iPad that you bought on your iPhone so long as both are connected to the same iTunes account.
So if you have a game (or any other app) that you never use anymore, you can feel safe in deleting it to free up some more room. And, if you ever have an urge to play it again, there is a whole section in the app store dedicated to previously purchased apps. That makes it easy to find again.
Remember: if you delete an app from your iPad, any data associated with that app will be lost. So think twice before you delete that word processor, but unless you want to keep your save game, deleting most games should be fine.
- Bonus Tip: Connect Your iPad To Your HDTV
The easiest way to do this is through Apple TV, which supports AirPlay and lets you wirelessly "throw" your iPad's screen to your TV.
But even if you have no interest Apple TV, you can buy an adapter to plug your iPad into your TV. The best solution is Apple's Digital AV Adapter, but you can also get composite or component cables.
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