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Technology Got You Down? Check Out These IPad Tips

There are so many great uses for the iPad and it doesn’t matter what kind of user you are. Keep reading to learn some neat tricks for great iPad tricks.

Don’t use your iPhone charger for your iPad if you don’t have enough time. The iPad requires a totally different wattage requirement than the iPhone. Charging with an iPhone charger will end up taking nearly twice as long. Use the charger that comes with your iPad charger.

There is a speech dictation on your iPad. Push Home twice and just tap on the microphone. When you finish talking, press that icon again and the words will show up as text.

The factory default iPad setting is set to preview only two lines of every email prior to you selecting it. It can be helpful to see more content before opening it. You can select mail icon in settings.

The alert every time you of new email can be very annoying. Are you aware that unwanted sound? Just go to Settings then General after that. Select Sounds below the General heading. You can stop the new mail alert or at least turn it down.

If you would like to include your Google Calender on your iPad’s calender app, go to Mail, Contact then Calendars. You can then go to Add An Account icon.Tap Add CallDAV Account and then just enter the information for Google. You should all set.

A fantastic way to keep multiple pages from closing is to open other one in new tabs. When in Safari, just tap and hold the link until a pop-up menu shows up.

Default Search Engine

You can change the default search engine if you wish. Just navigate to the Settings button, then Safari and then Search Engine. You have the default search engine to something more user-friendly if you would like.

By using the tips and tricks from this article, you’ll get the full experience of your iPad. If you try using them daily, you will improve the experience of using your iPad. Keep this article handy for future reference.