Archives For iPad

Apple offers all different genres of games and business apps for iPad that you can download onto your device from their application store. Although some applications do cost money to download, there are thousands of applications available for you to try out that cost no money at all and that can give your iPad hours and hours of productivity and entertainment value. Learning how to download apps on an iPad is relatively simple but does require that you have an Apple ID account. If you already have an Apple ID, these step-by-step instructions will tell you how to download apps on iPad. Continue Reading…

Trying to resist the urge to contact an ex-partner or just want to clear out contacts that you no longer need? Any contact currently in your iPad contact book can be deleted with just the click of a button and this guide is going to give you step-by-step instructions to help you learn how. If you want to learn how to delete contacts on iPad, follow these steps for a 1-2 minute instructional guide to help you accomplish that goal. Continue Reading…

Knowing how to switch to US store on iPad is useful if you want to download apps that are not available in your own country’s store. The US Apple Store is the largest you can access on your iPad, featuring hundreds of thousands of apps, many of them free. Some apps, like those providing city information, maps, and directions, are designed to be used in the US only, but most apps can be used basically anywhere in the world, and by switching the store you can access them even if you don’t live in the US. Switching stores is also useful if you live in the US but have purchased an iPad in another country, say Great Britain, and the device automatically loads the UK version of the App Store. Continue Reading…

Importing JPEG, PNG, or TIFF photos to your iPad from your digital camera, computer, iPhone, or web storage service is easy and doesn’t take too long. It’s a good idea to import your best photo collections to your iPad because the device has an excellent screen quality and a nice Photo app that makes the viewing of photos a delight. There are many ways to import photos to your iPad. Continue Reading…

Whether you want to sell your iPad or take it in for repair at an Apple center, you should restore it to factory settings to ensure that your personal files and information won’t fall into other people’s hands. Resetting an iPad is also convenient if your device has become cluttered with too many apps and too much content, and you want a quick new start. Here’s how to factory reset an iPad. Continue Reading…

Looking for some cool iPad tips and tricks to make life easier? Here are some useful shortcuts and pointers. Continue Reading…

Disney’s iconic movies held a special place in my heart while growing up. The Jungle Book and The Lion King were two of my personal favorites. I can safely assume anybody from my generation always had Disney games to keep them company during their wonder years. Continue Reading…

If you want to enjoy YouTube videos on your iPad even when you’re not connected to the Internet, you can download them to your device and then watch them later. Grabbing videos from YouTube and saving them for later viewing is easy and convenient, provided that you use a free app. Find out below how to download YouTube video to iPad. Continue Reading…

Affordable Android-based tablets seem to threaten the supremacy of the iPad, which although remains the best selling tablet in the world, holding the largest market share, appears to be losing ground to its cheaper rivals. The iPad is certainly not the most affordable of tablets, so it’s not at all surprising that as new models of affordable tablets emerge on the market – most notably those produced by Samsung – its market share is declining. Find out more about the iPad market share below. Continue Reading…

Adding contacts manually on the iPad is fairly easy, but it will take some time if you want to add many contacts and include for each of them a photo and an email address and so on. A more convenient way to add a lot of contacts to your device is by plugging your iPad into your computer and using iTunes to sync address books. If you want to learn how to add contacts on iPad manually though, here’s a simple guide. Continue Reading…

Adding photos to the emails you send with your iPad is not rocket science. But it’s a bit unconventional because you have to add the images with the Photos app rather than with the Mail app. Here’s a simple guide that will show you how to attach picture to email on iPad. Continue Reading…

Crashing apps can cause a lot of frustration when you’re using an iPhone.  There are various reasons behind app crashes ranging from bugs to corrupt data or insufficient memory. Whatever the cause is, a repeatedly crashing app is annoying. So how can you go about fixing crashing apps? Continue Reading…

Streaming from a hand held device like the iPad, iPhone, or the iPod touch to a TV isn’t the best option in every case, but if you want to view your photos, videos, or video streaming apps on the bigger screen, there are some options available in the market that can help you. Though the solution you choose may vary with your video quality, but it would also depend on how much you are willing to spend. Continue Reading…

Clearing the cache on your iPad is like pressing the restart button – it clears up the RAM and gives you a fresh new start. It’s good to clear the cache every now and then, and especially when you observe that your device is a bit slow and lagging. There’s nothing complicated about clearing Safari cache on the iPad, but the option is not present in the browser itself, so it can be hard to notice. Find out below how to clear cache on iPad, regardless of the model of your device. Continue Reading…

Schools that allow students and teachers to use the iPad in the classrooms can improve the efficiency of their education. Although more and more schools embrace the iPad, its implementation in the classroom is a slow, gradual process. Continue Reading…

Whether you want to de-clutter your screens or free up some HD space, removing apps on the iPad is a quick and easy process that doesn’t even require you to plug your device into iTunes. Below you’ll find out how to remove apps on iPad directly from your device. Continue Reading…

Safari gives you a wonderful browsing experience on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. At present, you cannot set another browser as the default. However, some features offered by 3rd party browser apps are superior to those of Safari. The three alternative browsers discussed below are free and this makes it worthwhile to give them a try. You might just find one you like better than the Safari browser. Continue Reading…

The iPad is not only a versatile device for entertainment and web surfing, but with the right apps it can also be a powerful educational tool that helps students and teachers alike. More and more schools from around the world are adopting the iPad in the classroom, encouraging students to use the many educational apps available in the App Store. Also, an increasing number of schools are creating their own applications for internal use. Below you’ll discover the many benefits of the iPad for students. Continue Reading…

The iPad Mini might be smaller and simpler than his big brother the iPad, but it still has many features. There are a few things that you might not know you can do on your device to improve the user experience. The next 5 iPad mini tips and tricks will reveal them to you. Continue Reading…

Making folders on the iPad is easy, whether you choose to do it directly on the device or through iTunes. Folders are useful because you can put a dozen or so apps in them, and thus better organize your screens. If you download a lot of apps from the App Store and want to sort them out into categories to be able to quickly access them later, then you should definitely use folders. Keep reading to find out how to make folders on iPad. Continue Reading…