Camera 101

iPad Camera 101

First things first: Master the built-in Camera app iPad Camera 101 : You might think the default iPhone or iPad Camera app doesn't need much introduction, but there are features tucked away behind buttons that can not only make it easier to get the perfect shot, but can actually help you become a better photographer. We certainly recommend that you branch out and try some of the fantastic apps we've got in this feature you've always got to start … [Read more...]

Pairing and Unpairing Bluetooth Device


The Bluetooth function on your Wad allows you to use lots of different peripherals such as keyboards and headphones. Before you can use these wireless extras, you will need to pair them to your iPad. Pairing Bluetooth Device To The iPad Pairing simply means making your iPad see and connect to a device. STEP 1 Follow the instructions given with your chosen Bluetooth peripheral to make it visible to your iPad. The actual steps needed to do … [Read more...]

Wondering How To Use iCloud?

How To Use iCloud

Apple’s new iCloud service has the potential to be really cool. If you’ve been wondering how to use iCloud and what type of cool things it may be useful for you’re in for a treat. With Apple’s new iCloud service you can store music, photos, documents, and all kinds of data wirelessly, in ‘the cloud’, or more accurately, in the iCloud. Seamlessly push your data to all your devices automatically and effortlessly. With iCloud, you can … [Read more...]

Ways To Organize Apps With Folders and Multiple Screens

ways to organize apps

The most common way of arranging apps on iPad or iPhone would be to press and hold an icon until it starts to move about and 'jiggle'. These are some extension ways to organize apps with folders and multiple screen. Move and Arrange What to arrange your apps in a different order? Tap and hold on any icon until they all 'jiggle'. You can now drag any of them around - the other will slide out of the way to make room. when you're done, press the … [Read more...]

Personalised News Apps | iPad Apps


Trying to stay on the top of the news via the Internet could be a full-time job if you're not careful. Simply trawling through site after site in Safari looking for interesting or relevant information can be a real chore, which is why it pays to employ the services of an app or two to help drill down the real nittygritty of what interest you without losing you off from potential new sources and websites. If you're looking to bring all the news … [Read more...]

Social Networking On iPad | iPad Tutorial

Agile Messenger HD Pro for iPad

Social networking has completely changed how we communicate, and with Twitter linking functionality incorporated so deeply in iOS 5 the links between the iPad and social networks has never been stronger. So we have compiled this feature as iPad tutorial to ensure that you use your iPad to navigate your social network sites, to stay in touch with friends and family across the key social sites and tools. IM+ When you open the app for the first … [Read more...]

Your iPad’s Lock Screen | iPad Features


Your iPad's Lock screen does more than provide a security block to prevent unauthorised access to your device (or stop you accidentally typing gibberish to a friend in an email) - it builds in useful functionality too. You can unlock your iPad straight to the picture frame to see some of your favourite photos. You'll see notifications such as new messages, reminders and more appear on-screen, and swiping these - then entering your passcode, if … [Read more...]

Lock The Screen Orientation On Your iPad


There are several reasons why you might not want the iPad to automatically switch from portrait to landscape (or vice versa) screen orientation. Some apps look better in one or the other aspects and several games really don't suit landscape mode. Luckily, there is a way to stop your iPad switching screen orientation automatically and keep it fixed on either landscape or portrait mode. STEP 1 Whilst in any app, double-click the Home button at … [Read more...]

Locate Your Friend Using Your iPad | iPad Apps


Our iPad's a clever bit of kit: using a range of technology, including a GPS chip, it nearly always knows where in the world it is., with incredible accuracy. With the Find My Friend app, you can share this location with your iPad-, iPhone- and iPod touch-owning friends, and see where they are too. There are all sorts of uses for this: find out which restaurant your friends have decided upon, for instance, or see how far from home your partner is … [Read more...]

Your Guide Using Twitter on iPad | iPad Tutorial

Twitter For iPad | iPad Tutorial

Follow this iPad Tutorial to get started with your Twitter account and the official application on your iPad. From installation, searching for users, to tweeting your latest thoughts or opinions, we have got the core uses covered in much more than 140 characters! Getting Started Upon opening this app you will greeted with a lot of information, don’t panic, on the left you will notice the categories that your fellow Twitters fall under. The … [Read more...]

The Multitasking Bar On iPad | iPad Tips & Tutorials


One of the best features of iOS is something you'll probably never notice: the way it dynamically manages memory and background task, closing them if necessary to make more memory available to new applications. What you will notice is how easy it is to switch from one app to another: there's no need to quit one app before you launch another. Instead, you simply move from one to the next and, if the first needs to carry on working in the … [Read more...]

Convert PDF files to ePub files on iPad


This tutorial will guide guide you through process of converting PDF files so that they can be read in iBooks, the iPad application, iBooks uses an ebook format called ePub. Using a converter application (and ebook manager) called calibre you can quickly convert PDF (and other file formats) to ePub files, which can you then transfer to your iPad for reading in iBooks. This tutorial will take you step by step through the entire process. Step … [Read more...]

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