Essential Tips and Tricks for Any IPad User
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It never hurts to learn more about the electronic devices you own, and the iPad is no exception. However, it can take time that you don't have to find the best iPad tips online. Keep reading for a few of the most useful iPad tips available.

Before you purchase an apple iPad, you should take the time to make a list of the features you need and decide what kind of storage size you want. There are different models of iPads available and there is no point in spending money on features you are never going to use.

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Accessing the running apps is easy. Double-click on Home, and you'll see your running apps at the bottom of the screen. You may switch to another running app, just by tapping that app in that bar. To get rid of the bar, you should take your finger and swipe it down towards the bottom of the screen.</p>
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If you use your iPad to store sensitive information, you can turn on a feature that will delete all this data in case a wrong password is entered ten times. Go to your settings, tap on general and select the pass-code lock feature. Use a password you will not easily forget.</p>
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Click Settings, Mail, Contacts and Calendars to add Google Calendar to your iPad. Select Add An Account. When prompted for the type, choose Other. Tap the Add CalDAV Account icon and put in your Google information. Then, back out of that menu and choose the calendar app. This will get you the desired result that you are looking for.</p>
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Auto correct is a wonderful feature on the iPad for those of use that are spelling challenge. Your auto correct feature is automatically enabled. To use it, simply hit enter as soon as you see the spelling correction pop up on your screen. This is an easy way to reduce your editing time and keep yourself from having to look up every word you spell.</p>
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Put an end to WiFi connect messages. Tired of being notified every time you stray into a WiFi zone? In the Wi-Fi section of Settings, there is an option to turn off "Ask to Join Networks." You can still manually join any network, the iPad will just stop notifying you of every time one is in range.</p>
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Do you find the battery charge percentage a bit distracting on the screen of your iPad? If you want to, you can just turn it off. To begin, open Settings. Then find General and next go to Usage. Here, you can turn off the battery percentage indicator if it bothers you.</p>
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There is an easier way to open your favorite websites than tapping the bookmarks icon. You can stop this by permanently enabling the bookmark bar. Go to Settings, Safari, Always Show the Bookmarks Bar, and select On.</p>
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Using AirPrint, you can print straight from your iPad, as long as you have a compatible printer. AirPrint works with most newer HP printers. If you have a Mac, you can use the Printopia app to print to any Mac printer. To use AirPrint, simply go to the share menu and choose print--that's it!</p>
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A quicker way to access websites is using the ".com" key. When browsing in Safari, you can save time typing website addresses by just tapping on this key. You can also have other options by holding down on this key. When you tap and hold down, you will have a menu that will give other options to the ".com" address.</p>
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Find out about other Apple products. You may be able to use your iPad in tandem with other devices in the Apple family, making your use of all of them much easier. You can look at the Apple site, or you can just search on the internet for ways that you may be able to use other Apple devices.</p>
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You can use a keyboard with your iPad. Some people love their iPad, but miss the actual keyboard. The good news is that any Apple wireless keyboard will work with it. It will also work with any keyboard that uses Bluetooth. There are some iPads that already have a handy keyboard built in too.</p>
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Unfortunately, the iPad does not have a free satellite navigation feature. However, the map's direction features works great for driving, walking, and even bus directions. To use it, simply tap on "Directions", found on the top left corner of the maps app, and you will be given a step-by-step guide to your destination.</p>
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Do you need to include a quotation in the text you are typing? You could either access the second screen of your keyboard or save time and use the hidden quotation mark on the first screen. Tap and hold on the interrogation point key and a quotation mark will appear. You can select it by sliding your finger.</p>
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Look for a quality video tutorial to help you figure things out that you are having difficulties with. You can find step by step guides to doing just about anything on your iPad. It will benefit you greatly to learn how to do things the right way the first time. These videos will be the easiest way to learn.</p>
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Did you know that you can group your apps into folders? As if you were moving it around, touch and hold an icon. When they begin to jiggle, drag that icon over another, you wish to group it with. Voila! You now have a folder in which you can place a bunch of similar apps.</p>
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There are times when battery power must be saved, and a quick way to do this is to shut down all running apps. Double press the home (square) button and you'll see a row of apps appear at the bottom of the screen. Press the red minus circle to remove those you're not using and save battery power.</p>
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Using an iPad is a ton of fun. Your experience is considerably improved if you've got some good info to apply; however, finding that info can be time consuming and tedious. Now that you've gotten some tips on how to use popular iPad features, you'll have a much better experience. Apply everything you've learned, and have fun with your iPad!</p>


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