Guide On How To Use Your Ipad

You love your iPad but perhaps are unaware of all it can really do. You can easily use this powerful tool when you have the know-how and facts you need. Keep reading to learn how to use an iPad better every day.

Should your iPad freeze, you can reboot it by performing a soft reset. Simultaneously hold down the Power and Home buttons for several seconds. Wait until your iPad begins to restart. To fix a frozen app, simply hold the home button one or two seconds.

Remain aware of the apps that are currently operational on your device. Many different iPad applications can continue processing information in the background and do not disturb the user. To learn what is active on your iPad at any given time, give the Home button a double click. A bar with open and recently-used apps will appear at the bottom. Click the home button once or do a downward one finger swipe to close the bar.

Want a manual for your iPad? You’ll have to download it. Apple finds that this is the most efficient way for you to be guided.

“Ding!” Does the chiming of your iPad whenever you receive another email drive you crazy? Are you aware that you can turn it off? Just go to Settings then General. Once you get there, select Sounds. You will be able to turn the sound off here or adjust the volume.

If you want to browse a new web page without losing track of what you were browsing before, use the tabbed browsing feature. While in Safari, hold the link and a pop-up menu appears. In this pop-up menu, you will have the option to open the new link in a new tab.

Do you want to eliminate the battery charge level from your iPad screen? If you want to, you can turn it off easily. Start off with your Settings menu. Find the Usage category, beneath the General tab. You should be able to figure out how to turn off the battery percentage display on this menu.

There is an easier way to open your favorite websites than tapping the bookmarks icon. All you need to do is turn on your bookmark bar. To turn on, go to the Safari settings and click Show Bookmarks Bar.

The iPad has a clipboard for copying and pasting, just like a full-size computer. You should tap on the sentence you need to copy, hold and tap on select in the menu that appears. The text you want to copy will be highlighted in yellow, but you can change your selection. Choose copy once you are done. Then tap again to paste your text.

Because you’ve now read the above piece, you should be more knowledgeable about utilizing your iPad. It is an amazing little device that packs a lot of punch with an app for almost anything you could imagine. Keep the tips you read here in mind and start taking advantage of this handy little device.