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If you spend more time on your iPad than on your computer, like so many people seem to be doing these days, then there must have been moments when you wanted to print something but didn’t know how to. The multitude of features that the iPad has makes it a useful and practical tool whether it’s for business or personal use. Wireless printing from the comfort of your home is one of these features. Continue Reading…

Watching and listening to YouTube music videos can be a fun way to pass the time. But let’s say you have seen a particular video countless times and you just want to turn to other apps on your iPad while keeping the music playing in the background. If you learn how to keep YouTube playing in the background on iPad you will be able to listen to the music you want even when you use other apps. Continue Reading…

On your iPad, reading your business or personal emails can be easily done using the Mail app. However, if you want to have a more immersive email experience, you will want to view your emails in full screen mode. Here’s a quick guide on how to view email full screen on iPad. Continue Reading…

How to Open Zip on iPad

Chris Page —  November 21, 2015 — 1 Comment

The iPad is a powerful tablet computer with a multitude of features. But what do you do when you receive an important zip file via email and cannot open it? Zip files are very useful for shrinking large documents, collecting several items together into a single file, or transferring data to your friends or colleagues. In this guide, you will learn how to open zip on iPad.

Unfortunately, the iPad does not open zip files by default because it lacks a central file system. Since there isn’t a feature that allows you to view such documents, you will have to rely mostly on third-party apps. And there are a few options available.
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Want to up the quality of the YouTube videos you’re watching on your iPad? Well, the YouTube iOS app lets you choose the video quality whenever you are on a stable WiFi connection. This option has been introduced in late 2013 — up until then, the YouTube iOS app automatically chose for you the video quality based on your connection and other factors. Without further ado, here’s a quick guide on how to change YouTube quality on iPad. Continue Reading…