So, you’ve decided to invest in an iPad. This wise decision can be a big help in your daily life. That said, you need to know how to use it to the fullest. This article will discuss the iPad and help you to make an educated purchase.

The newest iPad iOS has folders. Start by putting your finger on the app. As it starts jiggling, you drag the app over another icon and then let go. The folder that is created will be named with the category of the applications that are inside it. You can rename the folder whatever you want.

Watch how much money you spend on apps. It’s simple to keep spending where there is so much to download. So, it’s important to keep your eye on what you’re spending.

Is there anything more annoying than accidentally launching a seriously noisy app? Mute the volume quick by pressing and then holding your volume down button. Do this until you can’t hear anything. If you use mute often, you can set the lock orientation key to act as your mute button.

It is not necessary to tap on the camera icon to view your gallery. Just swipe your finger to the right to find the video or picture you just took. Swipe left in a continuous motion to see prior photos.

It can be irritating for your iPad to chime every time you get an email. Are you aware that you can turn it off? Just select your Settings button and then General after that. After selecting General, select Sounds. This should display all of your sound options, including the ability to mute or damped new email notifications.

Do you get annoyed by the battery charge icon on your iPad’s screen? It is easy to banish this totally useless information from your iPad’s screen. Begin by going to your iPad’s Settings. Select General and next locate Usage. This allows you to turn off the battery percentage notifications.

Taking screenshots on your iPad is quick and simple. Just hold down the Home and Sleep buttons together. Instantly, a screenshot will be taken and stored with the rest of your images.

If you need to mute your iPad’s sound in a pinch, use this handy technique. All you need to do is to press and hold the button that decreases the iPad’s volume level. This is much quicker than trying to adjust the volume over and over again. Hold the button once more and the volume will return to the former setting.

Muting the iPad is fast and easy. When the iPad first came out, you couldn’t quickly mute it. When the 4.3 came out they did add the ability to mute using the lock switch to silence the iPad. Your iPad can now be quickly muted by holding the volume-down button down.

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How do you avoid the frustration of an unknown hyperlink when browsing on your iPad? There’s a way to see the link’s URL. Since you are unable to hover, you can just hold the word. This action will show you the URL that the word will take you to.

Copying and pasting text the iPad is simple. Press and hold the text and press Select. When the text appears highlighted in yellow, you can select copy. You are able to paste text by just tapping and then choosing Paste.

Your can choose to have the lock key on your iPad either mute the volume or lock your iPad’s orientation. Remember that earlier versions of the iPad did not offer this capability. You have this option if you have iOS 4.3 or a higher version. You are able to turn down the volume by holding in the button.

To see a list of running and recently-used apps, double click the home button. You’ll see all the apps which are open right now. This will allow you to easily keep track of which apps you have running, and close the ones that you aren’t using.

Turning down the brightness of the screen can extend the life of your iPad’s battery. This is really important if you expect anything important such as a message or email. To turn down screen brightness, try double-tapping your Home icon and looking for the sun icon.

An iPad has many uses, both business and personal. If you want to get the most out of this device, you have to understand and implement some important tips. Use the tips provided in this article to help with your purchase decision and usage.