iPad tips and tricks II

Are you keen on maximizing the abilities of your iPad tablet? Well, a number of individuals out there would want to do just this. Unfortunately for some, this would seem difficult for them as “technophobia” would probably sink in due to the fact that they might tweak something and fail to revert to their previous settings.

This is the second part of iPad tips and tricks that is aimed to help you ease through your iPad tablet.

Have you experienced accidentally deleting an app on your tablet or have deleted an app but now you want it back –especially if you’ve paid something for it? Just proceed to the App Store and download the app again. Look at where the price is located, is should say “Install” instead of “Free” or the price of the app. You can also go to the Purchased icon at the bottom and select “Not On This iPad” and you’ll see app that is associated with your iTunes account.

How about those purchases like virtual icons that your kids buy, without them knowing that you have to pay for this of course. Can you turn them off? You can simply go to Settings>General>Restrictions and tap Enable Restrictions at the top screen. You can then choose to adjust whatever it is that you want to adjust. If in-app purchases is all you need to restrict, then slide the tab over “In-App Purchases”.

More to come in the coming days.

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iPad tips and tricks

The iPad is one of the most popular gadgets out there in the market today. With the vast array of apps to choose from, no wonder this little gizmo has stunned the world with its simplicity and power.

Though there are a million and one iPad owners out there, there are still thousands upon thousands who lacks the “know-how” on maximizing the abilities of their tablet. Even simple things such as copying things en masse and splitting the on screen keyboard are unknown to some.

Well, here are a few tips on how to enjoy your precious tab.

Copying a lengthy paragraph is a tough job if you’re doing that by tapping the words and highlighting the entire text that you need to copy. There is an easier way of doing it. Simply tap the text the you want to copy quickly four times and you’ll see the entire text will be highlighted in blue. Once done, select if you’d want to copy, cut or delete the selection that you’ve created.

How about splitting the onscreen keyboard? If you’d like to hold the iPad while typing, simply press the virtual keyboard with both thumbs and drag it to each side of the tablet. This will split the keyboard into two groupings, one on each side.

These are some of the few tricks of your iPad. Try it and visit this site because we’ll be posting additional tips in the coming days.

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