Useful Help For Proper Usage Of Your IPad

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Your iPad is waiting for you, but you stare at it sometimes not knowing what to do next. Perhaps you have found many uses for it, but you’re not sure how to figure out certain other things. You need a little helpful advice to get you pointed in the right direction.

Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? You can start by holding down on your app until it jiggles, and then place it on top of a related app. As a result of this, you will be prompted to create a folder to store and categorize both apps. Then, you can rename the folder.

If you haven’t ever had a tablet before, you may be overwhelmed. The iPad is incredibly user friendly and almost impossible to screw up. Just start playing with it and see how much you can figure out alone. Even the most computer inept should be able to handle an iPad.

Those iPad apps can be addictive, so keep a tally of how many you purchase. When you have this device, it can be easy to pay a lot of money, just because it stores your payment details and you can easily click to buy. Make sure you monitor the amount of money you spend with your iPad.

There is a way that you can safeguard your phone with a password for protection. This will enable erasure of all data on your phone after 10 unsuccessful login attempts.

Control what notifications you see. Tired of every app bothering you with notifications, causing you to miss important ones? Head to the Notifications section of your Settings menu. Here you can determine which of your apps are allowed to send you pop up notifications and which ones cannot. This can put a halt to noisy apps and make it easier to see your important messages.

By using tabs to open websites, it’s easy to keep all the pages you need open. If you are using Safari, you can access this feature by tapping on a link and holding your finger there for a couple seconds till a menu of options appears. Here, you can choose to open the link in a tab.

When viewing web content on your iPad, you may have to scroll down for what seems like forever. Scrolling your way back to the top of the page is time-consuming and annoying. To move instantly back to the top without scrolling, simply tap on the title bar, which is located at the top of your screen.

Did you lose your iPad? If you use the Apple product iCloud, you will be able to located your iPad or your iPhone. Go to the iCloud website, log in and you will be able to locate your lost iPad or phone on a map. You can also access this feature on another iPad.

Don’t forget about multitasking gestures. There are three to be aware of. These include a four finger swipe (either to the left or to the right) to move seamlessly between apps that you are using and a four finger swipe to take you back to the home screen. These make your life easier, so take advantage of them.

It is very easy for you to email other people photos while using your iPad. All you have to do is locate the photo you want to send and press the button located in the right-hand corner. There is an option there that will allow you to send the photo to anyone you want.

Listen to your iTunes music on your iPad. If you do not wish to reinstall everything from your iTunes account, there is a way to avoid that. Just allow “Home Sharing” on the iPad and iTunes. In your iPad’s music app, tap More, then Shared. Then you can listen!

Your iPad makes the process of taking screenshots really easy. Start by pressing the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button. You will then hear a click and see a small flash. This indicates that it has taken a photo. If you need to find the screenshot later you just access your Photo gallery and look until you find it.

Do you find that your eyes start to hurt while you’re trying to read using the iPad? You may fix that by turning down the brightness of the screen as you read. You can access the level of brightness in the settings or directly reduce the brightness on the eBook application by adjusting the slider for the brightness.

One way to monitor the volume much more quickly and efficiently on your iPad is to use the lock button to mute your device. You can also press and hold the volume button to change it quickly as well. Many people are unaware that the lock button is a mute button and that the volume button can work faster by pressing and holding.

It is not possible to simply swipe between days in the calendar app. But, on the bottom of the page, there is the navigation bar which can be very useful. You can switch from different months, weeks, and days depending on your view. The current date will always stay highlighted in blue and tapping on it will return to the current day.

Is an app annoying you with notifications? In the Settings app, click on Notifications and you’ll be able to turn off any obnoxious apps, ensuring they don’t interrupt you in the future. You can set other options here as well, so it’s a good idea to check out what each app allows for.

If your iPad contains valuable personal information, be sure to back this information up in case of theft. Set up your iPad so that it will erase data in the event that a criminal attempts to access it. Go to general settings and then click on Password Lock. This will erase data in the event that an incorrect password is entered more than 10 times.

The advice you’ve read in this article should give you a better understanding as to how you can use your iPad for more things. Maybe you were stuck in certain areas, but now you’re ready to go! Keep figuring out more about your device, as it can be very helpful.

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YouTube Gaming subscriptions start synchronizing with YouTube proper

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There’s absolutely no shortage of gaming content on YouTube, but for users who crave nothing less than laser-focused dedication to their gaming needs, we’ve got YouTube Gaming, launched three years back in what was seen as a direct response to the rise of Twitch. While the service has its own app, and own presence on the web, there’s understandably a lot of crossover between Gaming and regular YouTube. That connection’s only becoming more pronounced this week, as we learn about efforts to synchronize channel subscriptions between the two.

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Google Translate v5.16 adds proper names for several regional dialects, prepares to add app shortcuts [APK Teardown]

Google Translate is getting an update today, but it looks pretty light on features. The main changes appear to center around properly labeling languages. Nine dialects are getting proper names, and it seems the term ‘dialect’ is going out of style, so Translate is now saying ‘region’ everywhere. A look through the APK also shows that we can look forward to app shortcuts in the future.

What’s New

Unofficial Changelog: (the stuff we found)

  • Dialects are now referred to as regions
  • Updated dialect/region names

Dialects -> Regions

Left: v5.15.

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Google Assistant gets a proper web directory for all the possible integrations and services

One of our pet peeves at Android Police lately (mostly mine and Artem’s) has been the lack of a proper Google Assistant directory on the web. Amazon simply has its Alexa skills searchable from its site, like you would for any product or app or book, but to see if Assistant supports a certain product you had to have a phone/tablet with Assistant enabled, browse to the slightly hidden Explore section which is accessible from the blue envelope thing on the top right of the Assistant screen, and just then you could either search or use the trending and new sections.

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Spotify Sued $1.6 Billion for Failure to Obtain Proper Song Licenses

Spotify has been hit with a $ 1.6 billion lawsuit for allegedly using artists’ music without a license or compensation, according to recently filed court documents.

The suit was filed against the music streaming giant in a California court last Friday by Wixen Music Publishing. The Calabasas, California-based Wixen represents high-profile artists ranging from The Black Keys to Tom Petty, among about 200 others.

Wixen argues that Spotify, “in a race to be first to market” in the U.S., didn’t put forth enough effort to identify the actual holders of the rights to the songs it licenses from record labels. Wixen’s lawsuit alleges that Spotify has been using “thousands of songs” without the correct license.

The lawsuit centers around the fact that, according to the U.S. Copyright Act, there are two separate copyrights for recorded songs. One for the actual audio recording, and another for the musical composition, which comprises the song’s musical notation and lyrics. Wixen is claiming that Spotify only has the licenses for the sound recordings, and not for the musical compositions.

There are, in fact, more than 10,000 songs listed in the lawsuit, including Tom Petty’s “Free Falling,” Rage Against the Machine’s “Calm Like A Bomb,” and others. Wixen is seeking the maximum award possible for each song under the Copyright Act — $ 150,000 — CNN reported on Wednesday.

The streaming giant has long been at the center of a dispute over streaming rights compensation, and how it is split between record labels and publishing companies. Wixen’s lawsuit comes on the heels of a $ 43 million settlement with publishers and songwriters proposed by Spotify in May 2017.

Spotify is also currently facing three other lawsuits filed by songwriters and publishers in Tennessee, Variety reported. For those suits, the accusers are alleging that Spotify used songs without paying royalties to the appropriate parties.

The Wixen lawsuit is only the latest roadblock for Spotify, and it mars the company’s recently cemented plans to go public on the New York Stock Exchange, according to Rolling Stone. The streaming giant is currently valued at $ 19 billion and is expected to list its shares on the NYSE sometime this year.

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Twitter DMs should be turned into a proper messaging app

I know Twitter these days can feel like an endless litany of commentary on the actions (and omissions) of the US president and the whirlwind of social discord that swirls in his wake as chaotically as his signature hairstyle. And I’m fully aware that the internet already has a surplus of methods and applications for sending messages between people. But still, I keep faith with Twitter, and I do believe there’s room for it to expand its usefulness beyond the purposes it currently serves.

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MyGlass app receives update after almost three years of silence, includes proper power management and notification syncing without disrupting Wear [APK Download]

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Nobody could be faulted for assuming Google Glass had been thoroughly abandoned; there were even a few public statements to that effect. That’s why it came as such a surprise when a “minor” update to the MyGlass companion app began rolling out today to a limited number of users. The previous release came out almost three years ago, at the end of 2014, likely making this the longest gap between app updates in Google’s history with Android.

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