iPad Sitemap - Page 3 2016-05-11

What We Learned About the iPad Air 2 at iPhone 6 Unveiling
The new iPad Air 2 isn't expected to be announced until October, but we can get some idea of what may be coming from the iPhone 6 announcement.

Warning: iOS 8 Turns On My Photo Stream / Uploads Pictures to the Cloud
The iOS 8 update is finally here, and along with a host of cool features, there's one nasty little bug in the update that will upload all of your photos to the cloud without asking.

iPad Pro Rumors: When Will the iPad Pro Be Released?
The iPad Pro was initially expected in early 2015, but that timetable is quickly passing. When might we see Apple's bigger iPad?

6 Features Missing on the Apple Watch
Apple's new watch is set to light the wearable technology industry on fire if it can get past these six missing features.

Watch the Game of Thrones Season 5 Premiere Free on Your iPad!
Game of Thrones fever is running high with the season 5 premiere so close. If you don't have a way to watch it and you have an iPad... then you have a way to watch it! For free!

Family Sharing on the iPad FAQ
Family Sharing is a awesome new feature coming to the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch with the iOS 8 update.

How to Set Up Family Sharing on the iPad
Family Sharing is a great way to share your music, apps and movies with other family members without having every device in your family signed into the same Apple ID. Page 2.

The 10 Worst Things About the iPad
Have you ever wanted to sign into a different account on your iPad? The one iPad per person philosophy is only one of the 10 worst things about owning an iPad.

Is Quibids a Scam?
The Quibids commercial claims cheaper-than-thought-possible prices on consumer electronics, but is it a scam? Does the old adage

Is the iPad Worth the Money?
The iPad is increasingly becoming a device used for productivity, but can it replace a PC and is it really worth the money?

How to Find Out if Your iPad Is Under Warranty
Before you run down to Apple's Genius Bar to get your iPad fixed, you may want to run through some basic troubleshooting tips and check the warranty.

The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet vs the iPad Air
The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet has a fast processor, a thin look and a great back-facing camera, but is it a match for the iPad Air?

Review: The iPad Mini 3 Becomes Apple's Worst Reviewed Tablet
The iPad Mini 3 was announced alongside of the iPad Air 2, but that may be one of the fest things the Mini 3 has in common with the Air 2.

The iPad Air 2 vs the Google Nexus 9
The Google Nexus 9 is one of the fastest Android tablets, but is pure speed enough to catch the iPd Air 2?

Answered: What Is Apple TV? And How Does It Work?
Apple TV is a media streaming device. And if you are still a little confused after hearing that statement, you aren't alone.

Review - Angry Birds Go: An Average Game That Wants Your Money
Angry Birds Go! might sound like a great idea, marrying Angry Birds with Kart racing, but in practice, it is a dud that is aimed more at your wallet than at providing fun.

Top 5 Candy Crush Saga Tips
Candy Crush Saga is a simple, addictive game reminiscent of the old Marble matching games. For those hoping to wow their friends, these tips will help you get started.

How to Beat the Plague Quarter in Hearthstone: Curse of Naxxramas
Ready to kick butt in the Plague Quarter? Hearthstone's Curse of Naxxramas isn't quite so difficult when you have the right strategy to defeat those bosses.

Siri vs Google Now - Which Personal Assistant Is Best?
With Google Now coming to iOS, iPad and iPhone users can choose between Apple's Siri or Google Now to become their new digital personal assistant. But which one is best?

How to Improve the iPad's Camera
The iPad isn't known for its great camera quality, but there is a simple way to greatly improve the quality of your photos. And best of all, it won't break the bank!

How to Move Books Into a Collection on the iPad
iBooks Collections give you a great way to move your books into categories, which can help organize a full library of books.

Answered: Why Can't I Send Facebook Messages on My iPad?
Are you confused trying to send messages to your friends in Facebook using your iPad? While this used to be quite easy, Facebook now wants you to download a new app for sending messages.

How to Hold the iPad Correctly
Believe it or not, there is actually a good way to hold the iPad and a bad way to hold it. When holding it properly, the iPad is easier to operate and you won't accidentally interfupt the iPad by putting it to sleep.

Review: How Does HBO Now for the iPad Stack Up?
HBO Now is a cord cutters dream, offering HBO's content without subscribing to a TV provider. But how good is HBO Now for the iPad?

The iPad Mini vs the Nabi 2
The Nabi 2 is designed specifically for kids, but how does it stack up against the iPad Mini? And is the iPad Mini's higher price tag worth it?

Review: Amazon Instant Video for iPad
Amazon Instant Video finally arrives on the iPad, but how good is it? Amazon's video service is a rival to Apple's iTunes, Netflix and Hulu Plus, but it is still playing catch up.

Divoom Bluetune Solo Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review
The Divoom Bluetune Solo has good sound in a small package, but it is the extra features that really make this $50 portable speaker a good buy.

Curse of Naxxramas Review: Is Hearthstone Now Pay-to-Win?
The Hearthstone expansion Curse of Naxxramas consists of four wings, each consisting of three boss battles, class challenges and a super-charged heroic mode. The wings also offer unique challenges and special cards you can win.

Review: Corona SDK for iPhone and iPad Development
The Corona SDK by Ansca Mobile provides a great path to developing rich iPhone, iPad and Android applications in an easy-to-learn environment that can cut development time down from months to days. A powerful engine with cross platform builds, Corona was developed as a gaming development engine but has expanded to fill more roles.

Corona SDK: Layer and Move Graphics, Bring to Front
The Corona SDK can make mass manipulation of graphical objects easy by using display groups to create layers of graphics that can be set in a specific order or brought to the front at any time.

How to Copy a DVD to iPad for Free
If you want to convert a DVD into an iPad-compatible file, you will need a DVD ripper and a way to convert the files into an MP4 file. Luckily, there are some great free options available to do this very thing.

Tablets: Microsoft Surface vs. the iPad
Microsoft's decision to release its own tablet puts it in competition with Apple. But how does the Microsoft Surface compare to the iPad? Will it match up?

iPad 3 vs iPad 4 - What's New?
In this comparison of the iPad 3 and iPad 4, we take a look at the new features of the iPad 4 and discuss whether it is a worthy upgrade for iPad owners.

iOS 8 Details: iCloud Drive, Family Sharing, Widgets and More...
iOS 8 has a ton of great features like Extensibility, which will allow widgets, and Family Sharing, which lets you download that cool song your brother bought.

9 Great iPad Shortcuts
Did you know you can create your own shortcut on the iPad? Or split your keyboard in two in order to easily type with your thumbs? Or even add an extra app to your dock?

Temple Run for iPad App Information
Temple Run was released in August of 2011 and has quickly become one of the most popular and addictive casual games on the iPad.

How to Download Your First iPad App
Once you know the steps to downloading apps from the app store and installing them on your iPad, the process is relatively simple. In fact, finding the best apps to download is the real trick.

How to Download iBooks on the iPad - Illustrated Guide
While iBooks doesn't come preloaded on the iPad, you can easily download iBooks from the App Store. Page 2.

Getting to Know the App Profile Page
The app store profile page contains important information about the app, including a description, screenshots and customer reviews.

Finishing the Download
Apps are downloaded to the iPad's home screen. Once they are installed, they can be moved to a different location or put into a folder.

iOS 9 Features: Apple Finally Adds Split-Screen Multitasking to the iPad
Apple showed off the upcoming iOS 9 at WWDC 2015, including the announcement of two new exclusive features for the iPad.

How to Zoom In and Zoom Out on an iPad
The iPad has several methods allowing you to zoom in and zoom out of the display, including an easy-to-use accessibility option that should work when the zoom gesture fails.

Basic iPad Features: What Do You Get With an iPad?
Apple may come out with a new iPad each year, but the basic set of features remain the same, including the Retina Display, motion sensors and long battery life.

Glossary: What is a Universal App?
You may have heard of an iPhone or iPad app referred to as a

MovieCat! HD - Movie Trivia for iPad
Similar to Doodle Movie Challenge, MovieCat reskins each scene, but rather than have sketchy doodles, these scenes have taken on a distinctive cat-like appearance. This light-hearted approach to movie trivia leads to many hours of addictive fun.

Top 5 Movie Trivia Games for the iPad
Do you constantly try to stump your friends with obscure movie quotes? We all love a good game of movie trivia, and if you own an iPad, there are a number of really good movie trivia games you can download from the app store.

Doodle Movie Challenge - Movie Trivia for iPad
Doodle Movie Challenge is your standard 'name that scene' movie trivia game -- only with doodles.

Scene It? Movies 2 - Movie Trivia for iPad
Scene It? Movies 2 supports a wide variety of movie trivia accessed through two game modes: Solo or Movie Pass

Movie Challenge HD - Movie Trivia for iPad
Movie Challenge can be played on easy, medium and hard difficulty settings and features three distinctive types of game, including a blindfold game where you won't know the category of question until you are into the mini-games.

Using the iPad Share Menu
The Share Menu changed a lot with iOS 7. Not only does it grant the ability to share via AirDrop, but you can also use AirPlay, Print, Copy and share via social networking, email or text message.

How to Share Photos, Websites and Files on the iPad
The iPad makes sharing your photos, videos and files easy with the share button. The share button allows you to share via text message, email, Twitter, Facebook, AirDrop, AirPlay and even print documents.

How to Remove a Credit Card From an iTunes Account
Did you know you can set up an iTunes account without a credit card? While Apple requires a credit card or other form of payment when registering, you can easily remove it. Find out how.

Adding Apps to a Childproofed iPad
The best way to childproof an iPad is to remove the credit card from the iTunes account, but how do you get apps on an iPad without a credit card on the account? Luckily, there are a few good solutions for doing this.

How to Change the iPad Side Switch's Behavior
The iPad's side switch can be used to either mute the volume on the iPad or lock the orientation, which is great if you are holding the iPad at an odd angle.

How to Find Your iPad's Serial Number
Your iPad's serial number can be used to see if the iPad is still under warranty or to check the activation lock status of an iPad.

How to Open the iPad's Settings
The iPad's settings contain a number of different ways to configure the iPad, many of which can be key to troubleshooting problems with the iPad. You can also tweak the settings to get the most out of your iPad's battery life.

How to Use Your iPad as a Wireless MIDI Controller (Mac/Windows)
Did you know you can create a wireless connection to send MIDI from your iPad to your PC (Mac or Windows)? This is a great way to turn the iPad into a wireless controller.

How to Fix: My iPad Screen is a Fuzzy Green, Red or Blue
The iPad's

The iPad Troubleshooting Guide
The iPad Troubleshooting Guide can help you with common problems, keep you connected to the Internet, teach you how to do basic troubleshooting of any problem and even offer tips on new ways to use your iPad.

How to Subscribe to a Magazine or Newspaper on the iPad
Are you ready to go paperless? It's easy to subscribe to magazines and newspapers on the iPad, and with that Retina Display screen, they look fantastic.

How to Hide/Delete Apps From the iPad's Purchased List
Apple removed the ability to hide an app from your purchased list on your iPad, but luckily, there is still a way to delete apps from the list.

iPad FAQ: Can the iPad Multitask?
Apple introduced a limited form of multitasking into iOS 4.0. The update allows the iPad to perform many of the basic functions people want from a multitasking, such as listening to Pandora Radio or placing Skype calls while continuing to use the iPad.

Review: Crackle Brings Free Movies and TV to the iPad
Who needs Hulu Plus or Netflix when you have Crackle? Not only does Crackle deliver movies and television shows to the iPad, but it's free with not subscription costs. What's not to love?

How to Turn On/Off Automatic Downloads on Your iPad
If your iPad is automatically downloading apps from the app store, or downloading music or books from iTunes, you can easily turn off automatic downloads in the iPad settings.

How to Unsubscribe From a Magazine or App on Your iPad
Are you looking for a way to cancel an auto-renewal of a magazine or app subscription on your iPad? Apple doesn't make it easy, but once you know where to look, the process isn't quite so painful.

How to Watch Cable and Broadcast TV on the iPad
Most broadcast TV networks (ABC, NBC, etc.) and many cable networks (TNT,ESPN, etc.) offer iPad apps for watching video clips and full-length episodes. A number of cable and satellite operators also offer apps for watching TV on your iPad.

How to Change Your iPad's Name
Want to give your iPad a new name? Perhaps a funny nickname? No worries. It's relatively easy process to rename your iPad. In fact, picking out the name might be the hardest part!

How to Turn On iCloud Photo Library on Your iPad
The iCloud Photo Library allows you to upload all of your iPad and iPhone photos and videos to the cloud and view them on all of your devices.

The Best Guitar Accessories for the iPad
There are a lot of cool guitar accessories available for the iPad, including an effects package that can be programmed by the iPad and a range of equipment allowing you to plug your guitar into your tablet.

How to Change the iPad's Language and Region
The iPad's language setting isn't set in stone. While you are asked this question during set up, you can easily change your answer at any time.

Razzle Tips That Will Help You Beat Your Friends
Ruzzle is a fun game that combines word making games like Boggle with word strategy games like Scrabble. And with these tips, you can rack up a higher score than your friends.

How to Fix: My iPad Keeps Asking for its Password
If your iPad is continuously asking you to log in to your iTunes account even when you are not inside any apps, don't panic. This is a rather common issue that is actually easy to fix.

iPad Screencasting: Record Your iPad Screen to Your Mac for Free
Did you know you can capture your iPad's screen for free if you are using a Mac? All you need is the latest Mac OS and you are ready to go!

Vulkano Flow Review: Watch TV on Your iPad
The Vulkano Flow will allow you to watch TV on your iPad, iPhone, Windows-based PC or Mac by streaming video from your cable box or DVR through your Wi-Fi home network. You can even access shows and change channels via 3G.

How to Fix: My iPad Keeps Asking for My iCloud Password
Does your iPad constantly ask you to sign into your iCloud account? This can be quite annoying, but there are a few easy ways to solve the issue.

The Microsoft Surface 3 vs the iPad Air 2
Microsoft new Surface 3 is the company's latest answer to the iPad, but does it compare? Or is it a dud?

How to Download Apps from iTunes (iPad/iPhone/iOS)
Don't go hunting for that iPad! You can easily download apps onto your PC or Mac using iTunes and transfer them to the iPad or iPhone later.

10 Uses for a 1st Generation iPad
The original iPad may no longer be supported by Apple, but it still has its uses! These can range from a digital aid for the couch potato to a great way to learn an instrument.

How to Copy and Paste on the iPad
Did you know you can copy and paste text on the iPad? This is a great way to move text around a document or grab something from the web and paste it into an email.

How to Choose Bing for Search on the iPad
You aren't stuck with Google on the iPad. If you prefer Bing or Yahoo as a search engine, it is actually quite easy to change the iPad's Safari browser to use them by default.

How to Bookmark a Website in the iPad's Safari Browser
A bookmark lets you quickly recall any website you have visited on your iPad. And in Safari, you can even pull up your web history to find websites you forgot to bookmark!

Delete Bookmarks and Create Folders in Safari for iPad
It's easy for your bookmarks list to become so long that it is easier to just search for a website via Google. But if you organize your bookmarks into folders, they can remain very efficient.

Review: Side Meier's Starships Fails to Impress
Sid Meier is the king of strategy games, so it's no surprise Sid Meier's Starships evokes memories of Master of Orion. But does it live up to the hype?

How to Find Your iPad's Model Number
The iPad's model number can help you determine which model of iPad you own. It can be found on the back case of the iPad.

What is the Home Screen? And What Can You Do From It?
The Home Screen is the home base of operations for your iPad, allowing you to organize and navigate your tablet. It also holds notifications and quick access to the spotlight search feature.

15 Cool Siri Tricks That Are Both Useful and Fun
Did you know Siri will flip a coin if you ask? There are a number of hidden tricks and features she can help out with, most useful, some just fun.

The Top iPad Apps - a Categorized Guide
The iPad has an amazing array of apps, and we'll point out the top apps in different categories to help you get started.

The Best Streaming Music Apps for the iPad
The iPad offers a number of great options for streaming music or listening to the radio, including free apps that allow you to create your own personal radio station as well as great solutions for subscription music.

How to Listen to Pandora Radio on Your iPad
Pandora Radio allows you to create custom radio stations by seeding the station with a song or artist name. This makes it a great way to stream music on your iPad.

iPad Essentials: How to Become the Boss of Your Tablet
The iPad can be a great device, but it can also be very daunting to use for those who haven't discovered all of the little tricks to getting the most out of it.

The Best Features of iOS 8
Apple's iOS 8 update for the iPad and iPhone looks to take a giant step towards the functionality of a PC with features like centralized document sharing and the ability for apps to run snippets of code within other apps.

Download the iPad Manual - All Versions
Manuals for all models of the iPad, including the latest manuals, a manual for the iOS 4.3 update and information regarding Apple TV.

The iPad Guide: How to Get the Most Out of the iPad
The iPad Guide covers everything from how to pick out the right model when buying an iPad to how to get started with the iPad to tricks and tips on how to get the most out of your iPad. Included are some of the best apps for the iPad and some basic troubleshooting steps in case you encounter problems.

Teach Siri to Pronounce Names and Use Nicknames
Is Siri having trouble pronouncing your name? Or would you like her to refer to you by your nickname? It's quite easy to correct Siri when she's wrong and add nicknames to any contact.

What is the iPad's Lost Mode? And How Do You Use It?
The iPad's Lost Mode has a lot of great features for protecting your iPad should it become either lost or stolen, including displaying a custom message on the screen with your contact information.

How to Turn Off Notifications on the iPad Lock Screen
You can apply a passcode to your iPad,but that alone won't keep people out of your notifications. Find out how to keep your notifications from your iPad's lock screen for more security.

How to Turn Off Siri on the iPad Lock Screen
Think putting a passlock on your iPad secures it? It may keep people out, but not out of Siri. Learn how to disable Siri on the iPad's lock screen.

How to Turn Off Tips on the iPad
The iOS 8 update added a Tips app that sends notifications to inform you of neat features of the iPad. But what if you want to turn these notifications off?

How to Close a Background App in iOS 6.x or Earlier
The iPad went through a major overhaul in iOS 7, changing the way we do things like closing apps running in the background and switching between running apps.

Forgot Your iPad Passcode? Here's What to Do...
If you've forgotten your iPad's passcode, you might freak out a little. But don't worry. There's a way to get your iPad back, though you'll have to restore it from a backup.

Endless Depths 2 Released on the App Store
Endless Depths 2 is a turn-based role-playing

What Is an Apple ID? Is it Different from iTunes and iCloud?
Apple has iTunes, iCloud and iOS devices. Do you need a new username and password for each? Or is Apple ID enough?

The Top iPad Apps of 2014
Perhaps the biggest app release of 2014 was Microsoft putting their Office suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) on the iPad, but there were a number of other great apps released in 2014 as well.

iOS 8 Hit By Storage Space Lawsuit
Paul Orshan and Christopher Endara seek class action status in a lawsuit against Apple for the amount of space taken up by iOS 8 compared to the advertised storage space of Apple's iOS devices.

Can the iPad Harm Your Sleep?
A new study suggests the use of eBook readers and tablets such as the iPad could have a negative effect on our sleep. But should we change our habits?


The iPad vs the Xbox One
Think the comparison between the Xbox One and the iPad is an easy one? Think again. While the Xbox One kills in gaming, the iPad is actually more responsive and provides many more uses.

Sonoptic Review: Need a Music Teacher? There's an App For That!
Sonoptic gives you the benefits of a music teacher right on your iPad. This music learning app can be a great asset no matter which instrument you play.

The Most Annoying Things About the iPad
The iPad is a magical device, but the spell it casts on you can sometimes be as annoying as it is wonderful. Fortunately, there's a lot more good than bad that comes with the iPad.

The Best iPad Keyboards and Keyboard Cases
To keyboard or to keyboard case? We'll take a look at some of the best typing solutions for the iPad, including one keyboard that's not a keyboard.

6 Bad Gift Ideas for iPad Owners
There are a lot of great gift ideas for iPad owners. Unfortunately, there are a lot of bad ideas too! Just make sure you avoid these and you'll be fine!

Despicable Me: Minion Rush Tips
Want to maximize your bananas in Despicable Me: Minion Rush? These tips and tricks will help you run farther, go longer and, ultimately, collect more bananas.

iOS 7 Tips and Tricks
The iOS 7 update brought a lot of fun changes to the iPad, including access to the Spotlight Search from any home screen and the ability to combine multiple songs and artists into a customized radio station.

How to Copy Photos From Your iPad to Your PC
You don't have to sync your iPad to get your photos off it. You can manually copy photos from you iPad to your PC, which is actually quicker to do than syncing your iPad through iTunes.

How to Parse XML Files in Xcode (Objective-C)
A common task in many iPhone and iPad apps is to parse RSS files or XML files, whether it be for populating an app with data, updating existing data or creating a news reader.

Review: Netflix for iPad
The Netflix app for iPad debuted with the launch of the device, one of many surprises to greet early adopters. This review examines the app, the video playback, and what is missing that can be easily done on the website.

Should You Upgrade to an iPad Mini 3?
The iPad Mini 3 has arrived, but has it landed with applause or a thud? We'll take a look at the newest Mini and decide if it is worth the upgrade.

The Best iPad Apps for Musicians
Beyond GarageBand, there's a whole host of cool iPad apps designed for both musicians and the would-be musician. These apps include everything from virtual tuners to sheet music libraries to a full-fledged music studio, a unique touch-based instrument and a solid drum machine.

The Seven Top iPad Facebook Client Apps
Are you looking for a better Facebook experience? These iPad Facebook clients combine the best aspects of Facebook with the intuitive interface that can be delivered on the iPad. And best of all, the apps are free or have free (ad supported) versions.

iOS 7 Tutorial: Navigating New Features and Interface
The iOS 7 update constitutes one of the biggest updates to the iPad's operating system since it was first introduced. Here's a tutorial on how to get started using some of the new features and navigating the new interface.

The Top iPad Travel Apps
Whether you are going on a weekend trip for work our a family vacation, these travel apps for the iPad will help you get to where you are going and find cool stuff to do once you get there.

The Best Twitter Apps and Top Clients for iPad
Not every twitter app is for everyone. But whether you are a power Twitter user or just tweet on the weekends, there is a twitter client for you.

The Top iPad Travel Apps
Whether you are going on a weekend trip for work our a family vacation, these travel apps for the iPad will help you get to where you are going and find cool stuff to do once you get there.

What is iWork for iPad? A Look at Apple's Office Suite
Apple's iWork suite of office apps became free to anyone who bought an iPhone 5S, or any iOS device since the iPhone 5S was released. But what is iWork? And what can it do for you?

The Best iPad Shooters - PS, Third-Person and More
The best iPad shooters includes FPS, third-person and even top-down shooters and range from surviving the zombie apocalypse to suiting up in sci-fi armor and showing Master Chief that Halo isn't the only shooter on the planet.

The iPad Air 2 vs the iPhone 6 Plus
The iPhone 6 Plus is a great phablet, but is it really ready to replace the iPad Air 2? We'll take a look at the pros and cons of each device, and whether this should even be a discussion at all.

Showtime Arrives on iPad With a Big Fail

The Surface Pro 3 vs the iPad Air
While the Surface Pro 3 has the specs and the price tag that aligns more with the MacBook Air, it will no doubt draw inevitable comparisons with the iPad Air.

FAQ: How Fast is the iPad? Is it faster than the iPhone 4S?
The iPad Air 2 runs on a 1.5 Ghz Tri-Core A8X system-on-a-chip (SoC) that proves to be a nice performance boost from its predecessor. But just how fast is it?

How to Reorder Widgets on the iPad Notification Center
It's easy to reorder widgets on the iPad's Notification Center, but first you will need to be in edit mode.

What is an iPad Widget? And How Do I Install One?
The iOS 8 update brings widgets to the iPad. But what exactly is a widget and how do you install one on the iPad? The answer is actually simpler than you think.

How to Cancel an Auto-Correct Selection on the iPad
Auto-correct got you down? The new Predictive Typing keyboard on the iPad and iPhone is great, but can get in the way of canceling auto correct. Find out how to keep what you are typing without the iPad guessing what you are trying to say.

iPad Help: How to Create an Apple ID for Your Child
If you are setting up Family Sharing on your iPad or iPhone, you may need to create a special Apple ID or iTunes Account for your child.

iOS 8 Help
While visually the same, iOS 8 is one of the biggest updates to the iPad and iPhone's operating system since the iPad was released. The update brings widgets, iCloud Drive, AirDrop Handoff, Family Sharing and dozens of other new features to the iPad.These guides will help you figure out the best new features and how to use them on your iPad.

The Best Fantasy Football Apps for the iPad
Fantasy Football has left the PC and landed squarely on the couch, thanks to the iPad. No need to manage your team and check scores with a laptop, iPad apps can now do all of that.

Answered: Can an iPad Print?
The original iPad could not print, but the iPad gained the ability to print with iOS 4.2. Find out more about printing with your iPad.

How to Prevent FaceTime Calls Going to All Devices
Are you getting FaceTime calls for every member of your family? It's easy to prevent these calls from coming through to your device.

How to Gift an iPad App
Struggling to find that perfect gift? You can easily gift an iPad app to that someone special through the app store on your iPad. And the process is about as simple as buying the app for yourself.

How to Gift an App Using iTunes
Struggling to find that perfect gift? You can gift an app to that special someone using iTunes on your Windows-based PC or Mac.

How to Reduce Motion on the iPad's Interface
The iOS 7 update brought new effects to the iPad's interface, and some of these effects have made some users dizzy or nauseated. Find out how to reduce motion in the interface to help out with these issues.

Review: Hulu Plus for iPad - Movie Apps
Despite interference from Hollywood, Hulu Plus is one of the best movie and television apps for the iPad. With a bigger focus on television than Netflix, it makes a great addition for any avid TV watcher. And while the movie selection is smaller, it is growing.

Pocket RPG - iPad Games
Pocket RPG is an action RPG released on the iOS platform in July, 2011. The game is action-heavy and features random dungeon levels, which gives the user a fresh adventure each time they take on a new quest.

iOS History: The Evolving iPad/iPhone OS
A detailed look at the history of iOS, the operating system that powers the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, including version details of every major iOS release beginning with the original iPhone OS v1.0.

iOS 3.2 Features
The 3.2 update of iOS coincided with the debut of the iPad. A small update in terms of features, the true measure of this update was transition the iPhone's operating system to Apple's newly unveiled tablet.

iOS 4 Features
iOS 4 constituted a series of major updates, including the addition of folders, multitasking and video conferencing via the FaceTime app.

iOS 5 Features
iOS 5 cut the cord with the PC by allowing the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch to be activated wirelessly, without the need to plug in to a desktop or laptop PC. Other features included AirPlay mirroring, Twitter integration and iMessage.

iOS 6 Features
Among the many features of iOS 6 is the introduction of Siri to the iPad. Other big features added include Apple's Maps in place of Google Maps, a new App Store and tighter integration with Facebook.

iOS 7 Details and Features
Apple unveiled iOS 7.0 at their annual developer's conference, detailing some of the big changes users can expect in the latest operating system for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

iPad Game Guide: Fun Games for Your Tablet
With intuitive touch screen controls and motion-based game play, the iPad is the world's coolest mobile gaming device. And many of the games can be purchases for a dollar or less, with even the most expensive games rarely breaking the ten dollar mark.

How to "Lock" an iPad App With Guided Access
The iPad's Guided Access feature is a great way to 'lock' the iPad within an app, which is useful when giving the iPad to a toddler or someone with special needs.

The Top 6 Features of iOS 6.0
Apple's iOS 6.0 update includes over 200 new and updated features, with some that you will notice right away and some that you might not ever know existed. So which new features will pop right out at you when you complete the upgrade?

Can I Read Kindle Books on My iPad?
Can an iPad Read Kindle Books? This is an important question for anyone with a large Kindle collection. Fortunately, the iPad can read Kindle books. Find out how...

How to Create a Chart in Excel for iPad
There's nothing that makes a spreadsheet pop off the page like a chart. These instructions will help you take your raw data and transform it into a beautiful bar or pie chart in no time.

iPad Office: How to Create a Chart in PowerPoint or Word
Microsoft Office's arrival on the iPad didn't include the ability to make charts in either Word or PowerPoint, but luckily, there's a trick that can be used to get much-needed charts into these office apps.

How to Set Up iCloud on the iPad
iCloud on the iPad lets you share information, backup your iPad and protect it with the Find My iPad feature. It is easy to set up and use and is one of the key features of iOS.

Review: iMainGo XP Speaker-Case for iPad
The iMainGo XP is an external speaker for the iPad that also acts as a case. But is it the right solution for you? That depends on exactly how you want to use the iMainGo XP.

Review: Flipboard - iPad News and Reference
Have you ever wanted to experience your social media as an interactive magazine? Flipboard will show your social life in a way you never thought possible, turning Twitter into a custom newspaper and Facebook into an interactive magazine.

Review: Griffin Stompbox for iShred - iPad Accessories
The Griffin Stompbox is a great idea that is held back by requiring the iShred Live software package, but it does fill a need for those who want to substitute their iPad for a guitar multi-effects package.

How to Add a Photo in Pages for iPad
You don't have to just deal with text in Pages for the iPad. You can also add photos to your documents, even resizing the images and applying filters.

How to Name a Document in Pages, Numbers or Keynote for iPad
The iWork suite of apps (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) are solid substitutes for your desktop versions, but they aren't always as easy to use. The first problem you might have is simply naming a document, which isn't as easy as it sounds.

Can an iPad Download Books?
The iPad does not come with an eBook reader by default, but there are several available on the app store, including one by Apple. Find out more...

HandStand for iPad Review
The HandStand for iPad gives new meaning to the phrase

iPad iOS 4 FAQ - Details and Features About iOS 4
The iPad's operating system has come a long ways since originally released. In the latest upgrades, iOS 4 has added major features, including multitasking, folders, threaded email and the ability to print among others.

Dungeon Hunter 2: Warrior Class Skills
One of the great additions to Dungeon Hunter 2 is the ability to specialize your character. Each of the three classes (Warrior, Rogue and Mage) can choose one of two different paths, which gives Dungeon Hunter 2 a total of six different paths to follow.

Dungeon Hunter 2: Rogue Class Skills
One of the great additions to Dungeon Hunter 2 is the ability to specialize your character. Each of the three classes (Warrior, Rogue and Mage) can choose one of two different paths, which gives Dungeon Hunter 2 a total of six different paths to follow. Page 2.

Dungeon Hunter 2: Mage Class Skills
One of the great additions to Dungeon Hunter 2 is the ability to specialize your character. Each of the three classes (Warrior, Rogue and Mage) can choose one of two different paths, which gives Dungeon Hunter 2 a total of six different paths to follow. Page 3.

iPad Hardware and Competition - What Else Is Out There?
The iPad is such an innovative device, it competes with everything from portable movie players to electronic book readers to other tablet computers. So how does the iPad stack up?

iPad Accessories - Find the Best Accessories for the iPad
Are you looking to find the best iPad accessories? Or maybe you simply don't want a dud? These reviews and profiles should help you navigate the waters of iPad accessories.

Movie Challenge Screenshots (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)
Movie Challenge is a movie trivia game for the iPad where gamers compete in a series of mini-game challenges based on movies. Page 2.

Movie Challenge Screenshots (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)
Movie Challenge is a movie trivia game for the iPad where gamers compete in a series of mini-game challenges based on movies. Page 3.

Movie Challenge Screenshots (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)
Movie Challenge is a movie trivia game for the iPad where gamers compete in a series of mini-game challenges based on movies. Page 4.

Movie Challenge Screenshots (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)
Movie Challenge is a movie trivia game for the iPad where gamers compete in a series of mini-game challenges based on movies. Page 5.

Movie Challenge Screenshots (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)
Movie Challenge is a movie trivia game for the iPad where gamers compete in a series of mini-game challenges based on movies. Page 6.

Movie Challenge Screenshots (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)
Movie Challenge is a movie trivia game for the iPad where gamers compete in a series of mini-game challenges based on movies. Page 7.

Movie Challenge Screenshots (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)
Movie Challenge is a movie trivia game for the iPad where gamers compete in a series of mini-game challenges based on movies. Page 8.

iPad Accessories - Find the Best Accessories for the iPad
Are you looking to find the best iPad accessories? Or maybe you simply don't want a dud? These reviews and profiles should help you navigate the waters of iPad accessories.

Rimelands: Hammer of Thor for iPad Information
Are you looking to put more turn-based strategy into your action-rpg? Rimelands: Hammer of Thor has all the feel of an action-rpg with the combat system of a turn-based game, allowing it to exploit the good points of both systems.

Profile: Eternal Legacy Info
Eternal Legacy is a huge role-playing game in the Japanese style where you must save Algoad from destruction and restore the bond between humans and nature.

Movie Challenge Screenshots (iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch)
Movie Challenge is a movie trivia game for the iPad where gamers compete in a series of mini-game challenges based on movies.

iPad 101: Learning the iPad
iPad 101 is a 4-day email course that will take you from the basics, such as how to navigate the iPad and download apps, to advanced tips, like how to connect the iPad to your TV.

iPad Profile: Cut the Rope Information - Puzzle Games
Cut the Rope will invariably be compared with Angry Birds, but while Angry Birds is about directing those birds in their mission, Cut the Rope is about candy. So it is no wonder it is one of the top puzzle games on the iPad.

You Don't Know Jack HD - iPad Trivia Game
You Don't Know Jack combines trivia with a cutting sense of humor that pokes fun at pop culture. With a tagline of

Profile: 100 Rogues Info
Aptly named, 100 Rogues is a Rogue-like role-playing game for the iPad that features a mixture of randomly generated maps, a fixture for Rogue-like games, and hand-crafted maps.

Profile: Across Age Information
If you miss the days of Zelda, Across Age is the RPG for you. With the a graphics style that brings back 16-bit console memories and plenty of riddles to solve, monsters to defeat and locations to discover, Across Age is the consummate console RPG.

Profile: Pinball HD - iPad Arcade Games
Pinball HD delivers the excitement of a pinball to your iPad, so you can play in the comfort of your living room. The game comes with three unique pinball tables: Wild West, The Deep, Jungle Style. A fourth table (Slayer) is available as an additional download.

Profile: Stupid Zombies - iPad Action/Arcade Games
Stupid Zombies is an action game that challenges you to take out the zombies invading your post-apocalyptic world by ricocheting bullets above, below or around different obstacles.

Profile: Need For Speed Hot Pursuit for iPad - Racing Games
Need For Speed Hot Pursuit for iPad was adapted from the console games of the same name and features both quick play and events along with delivering up to 20 different real-world cars for your racing pleasure, including 15 cop editions.

Profile: Real Racing 2 HD for iPad - Racing Games
Real Racing 2 HD takes advantage of the iPad 2 by increasing the visuals and allowing iPad 2 owners the ability to get 1080p graphics on their TV when hooked up to their tablet. The game also features a 16 player multiplayer mode that really gets the engines revving.

iPad Profile: Bubble Ball Info
A physics-based puzzle game, Bubble Ball allows you to place wood and metal pieces on the screen in order to guide the bubble to the finish line. And while it might sound (and even start out) simple, it quickly becomes quite a challenge.

Profile: Medieval HD - iPad Castle Defense Games
Medieval HD is a castle defense game that combines classic tower defense game play with physics-based combat, which you combine in order to defend your tower against the invading army.

Profile: Dungeon Defenders: First Wave Info
Dungeon Defenders: First Wave Information is a hybid epic online action-RPG/tower Defense game that allows you to battle by yourself or with up to 3 friends.