Using The iPad as Entertainment Media Device

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One of the attractions of using the iPad is the ability to enjoy movies, books, music, TV shows and games anywhere and at any time. The large screen combined with a slim profile and light weight makes the iPad the perfect companion for long trips, laying on the sofa or sitting in a coffee shop. No longer will you need to carry a hefty laptop or squint at a tiny mobile phone screen. Launched alongside a brand new iBookstore in April 2010, using … [Read more...]

Using The iPad And Make Your Daily Task Much Easier

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With its 9.7-inch Multi-Touch display and groundbreaking interface, using the iPad makes being productive far easier than using a desktop computer. Take checking your email. By tapping the Mail icon, your inbox will instantly spring to life. When used in landscape mode, your messages can be found on the left side of the screen, with selected messages viewed in full on the right. On-screen controls make sending emails, forwarding messages, saving … [Read more...]

How To Use Facetime on iPad | Help And Tips

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FaceTime on the iPad 2 is an amazing feature that you will want to check out once you get your new device.  It can be used for business, school, or for bringing families closer.  If you start using it and have issues, here is some help and tips how to use FaceTime. Facetime is great on the iPad 2.  The screen size and the flexibility of using it makes is a perfect tool for multiparty videoconferencing or for bringing together your family … [Read more...]

iOS 5 Features | Tips and Tricks

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So you got the iPhone 4S or just update your older iPhone to iOS 5, now its time to really learn how to really use it. Much like OS X Lion this past summer, iOS 5 has far more new features than Apple's Marketing team would lead you to believe. You've probably discovered key features like Notification Center. iMessage, Newsstand, and Reminders on your own, but have you taken the time dig deeper in Search of other Seemingly hidden gems? 1. … [Read more...]

How To Use iPad 2 | A New User’s Guide

So you just got an iPad 2.  You got it synced with iTunes and you are staring at it with a ton of questions. You know that you want to use it and you've heard how others are using it but you don't really know where to start.  This article is going to help you right now and give you some great resources and information for using your new iPad 2. The iPad works great for the full range of multimedia and it beats the mobile competition when it … [Read more...]

The 10 Coolest Things You Might Have Missed On iPhone

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The things we're looking forward to are the flashes of genius that make using iOS devices a joy. Here are a few of them in iOS 6…. 1. Unified phone number and Apple ID Adding your iPhone phone number to your Apple ID means people can FaceTime you on your phone-number-less iPad or Mac by punching in your phone number. It also means iMessages sent specifically to your phone number also appear on your other Apple devices, not just your … [Read more...]

Free Video Calling With FaceTime On The iPad | iPad Basics

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Getting started with FaceTime couldn't be easier. When you launch the app, all you need to do is sign in with your Apple ID. You can then start making video calls to anyone who appears in the app's Contacts list. Select a contact, tap on their name and tap again on the FaceTime icon. The other person's device will ring, informing them that you're calling. When they answer, away you go! FaceTime gets all the contact information from the … [Read more...]

iOS 5 Features | Your In Depth Guide To iOS 5

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iOS 5 features are here. It feels like we've been talking about it forever but the term iOS itself has only been in existence since the middle of 2010. When Apple first released the iPhone in 2007 it's operating system was still basically OS X. iPhone OS was born in 2008 when Apple released its native software development kit to developers. With the release of the iPad in 2010 iPhone OS became iOS and the technology is set to further … [Read more...]

Using The Facebook App for iPad

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To connect with the rest of the social networking world there is one application that you are going to need, the original and still the one of the best, the official Facebook app. Facebook will most likely be one of the very firstapps that you will install on your new iPad. If you are a keen user you will no doubt be eagerto see how well it works on Apple's i0S platform, compared to the traditional desktop PC version, There are many alternatives … [Read more...]

Enjoying iBooks On Your iPad | iPad Basics

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Welcome to iBooks! This app (now version 3.0.2) has had an incredible effect on the way in which we buy and read books. With its build-in iBookstore you can instantly download a vast array of literature from classic to bestseller and beyond. There are textbooks, children's books, fact, fiction and biographies - and thousands of books are available for free. To get started you'll need to get the free iBooks app from the App Store. Once it's … [Read more...]

Listen To Podcast | iPad Basics

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Podcast may seem a little 2003 rather than 2013, but media outlets still seem them as a major catchup medium and an increasingly diverse genre for consumers of audio programmes. They're like DIY broadcasting- prerecorded audio or video shows that you can download (most of free) and enjoy on your computer, iPad or other device. Up until now, you'd fine them under the Podcasts tab in the iTunes Store: download one and it appeared in your music app … [Read more...]

How To Use Calendar App In iPad | iPad Basics

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Calendar is one of the centrepieces of your iPad. Everybody needs a diary and here's yours - a digital assistant that sync with different calendars. The calendar app is a doddle to use. For example, you can simply swipe between days, drag to create events and just tap a tab to change your view. The process of creating new events is incredibly easy. If you use a web-based calendar you may already know that you can link it to your iPad, but the … [Read more...]

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