iPad Sitemap - Page 3 2014-04-16

How to Turn Off Auto-Correct on the iPad
The Auto-Correct feature can be one of the coolest or most annoying features of your iPad or iPhone, so it is important to know how to turn it on or off.

How to Set Your iPad Background Wallpaper
The iPad's background picture can be changed in the iPad's settings. You can also change the picture displayed on the lock screen that appears when you first wake your iPad up to use it.

How to Turn On Find My iPad
Apple's Find My iPad feature is great for finding a lost iPad or recovering a stolen iPad. It's also an easy feature to turn on and use.

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 Open the iPad's Accessibility Settings
The iPad's accessibility settings can be used to turn on closed captioning, change the default font size, zoom in the iPad and activate physical/motor accessibility features.

The iPad Accessibility Guide
A guide to the iPad's accessibility settings covers the audio, visual and physical/motor settings to provide aid to those who have certain challenges using the iPad. Page 2.

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.

Temple Run 2 Tips and Powerups
Temple Run 2 is the sequel to the addictive game that kickstarted the endless running game genre. These tips will help you survive longer and top your friends' score on the leaderboards.

How to Sell Your iPad
Looking for a great way to finance your new iPad? Sell your old one! Don't worry, even if you don't want to go through the hassle of an auction site, there are still easy ways to sell your iPad.

Apple iPad 3rd Generation Features - What's New With the 2012 iPad?
Apple introduced it's new iPad on March 7th, 2012, and it did not disappoint. New features included better graphics, faster processing, better data speeds and voice recognition.

Should You Upgrade to the iPad 3rd Gen?
The iPad 3 announcement turned out to be the 'new iPad' announcement, with Apple dropping the number from the end of the name. But did they drop anything else? Is it a great upgrade? That depends on how you are using your current iPad.

iPad 3 Review: Does It Measure Up to the Hype?
The iPad 3 adds 4G, a Retina Display, and iSight camera and voice dictation. But how does it measure up to the hype? Is it the best tablet on the market, or just a better iPad 2?

How to Lock the iPad With a Passcode or Password
The iPad can be secured by using a passcode or password to lock the iPad. Once locked, the passcode is required anytime a person attempt to use the iPad. It is also needed for changing settings related to the passcode, providing extra protection from someone disabling the passcode.

Should You Upgrade to the iPad 4?
The iPad 3 lasted only 7 months before the iPad 4 was released, so is it time to upgrade? And what about the original iPad and iPad 2 owners? Is now the best time to buy?

Temple Run Tips and Powerups
Temple Run is an addictive game that has become quite popular. These tips will help you in your quest to top the leaderboards and get the highest score among your friends. Page 2.

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: Touchfire Keyboard for the iPad
The Touchfire keyboard is billed as the world's thinnest iPad keyboard designed to give the feel of touch typing. But how well does it work?

iPad Compatible AirPrint-Enabled Printers (Page 2)
An AirPrint-enabled printer allows the iPad to print by using Apple's AirPrint protocol. HP offers an entire line of AirPrint-enabled printers. Page 2.

iPad Compatible AirPrint-Enabled Printers (Page 3)
An AirPrint-enabled printer allows the iPad to print by using Apple's AirPrint protocol. HP offers an entire line of AirPrint-enabled printers. Page 3.

Divoom Bluetune Solo: Good Sound Comes in a Small Package - 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.

How to Test Your Internet Speed on the iPad
The iPad is only as fast as its Internet connection. If you are experiencing issues, it can be a good idea to test your Internet speed to make sure your Wi-Fi isn't the cause of your problems.

What is Cydia? More About the Jailbroken App Store for iPad and iPhone
Cydia is one of several third-party app stores for the iPad, iPhone and other iOS devices. It is only accessible on jailbroken devices.

The iPad Air vs Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro
Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro makes a big leap forward in technical specifications, but is it enough to unseat the iPad Air? This article takes a detailed look at the Tab Pro and compares it to Apple's flagship tablet.

Lords of Waterdeep Review: : A Game of Fantasy and Intrigue
Lords of Waterdeep is a game of fantasy and intrigue based on the board game of the same name. A compelling mix of strategy and fun, the game will provide hours of entertainment to fans of the original and new fans alike.

The iPad Mini vs the Galaxy Tab 3
The Samsung Galaxy Tab series of Android tablets is among the best-selling iPad alternatives, but how do they compare to the iPad Mini?

17 Things Android Can Do That iPad Can't
Android has come a long way in the past few years, with tablets from Google, Amazon and Samsung eating into the iPad's market share. So what are the bonuses of an Android tablet?

How to Find iPad Apps On Sale
Every day, dozens of apps go on sale or are made free for a day or two. But how to find which apps are on sale? Good news! There are a few ways you can easily find deals on apps.

What is iBeacon? -- Apple's Answer to Near-Field Communications
iBeacon is Apple's answer to near-field communications, allowing stores to pinpoint a person's location with precise accuracy. But how does it work?

iPad Air Review: Apple's Best Tablet Yet
The iPad Air represents Steve Job's original vision come to life, but is it worthy of 5 stars?

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.

15 Things the iPad Does Better Than Android
The iPad helped define the tablet industry and is still the world's most popular tablet. But what makes it so much better than Android? Find out 14 things the iPad does better...

The iPad 2 vs The iPad Mini 2
The iPad Mini 2's $399 price tag creates competition between the newest Mini and Apple's iPad 2, which is still in production. The iPad 2 may be the cheapest full-sized iPad, but is it worth it?

The iPad Air vs the iPad Mini 2
Apple upped the ante on the iPad Mini 2, giving it a Retina Display and an A7 chip. But is the iPad Mini 2 ready to take on the iPad Air? Which tablet should you choose?

iPad Mini 2 Details
The iPad Mini 2 was announced by Apple on October 22nd, delivering a Retina Display and the same A7 chip that powers the iPad Air.

Should You Upgrade to the iPad Air?
The iPad Air represents the biggest change to the iPad's form factor, and its new A7 processor is 2x faster than it predecessor, but is this enough for you to upgrade to the new Air?

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.

Who is Tim Cook? A Biography of the Man Who Replaced Steve Jobs
Tim Cook succeeded Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple on August 24, 2011 after being hired as a senior vice president of worldwide operations back in 1998.

Kindle Fire HDX vs iPad Mini 2 vs Google Nexus 7
The Amazon Kindle Fire HD heats up the 7-inch tablet wars, but with the Google Nexus 7 and the soon-to-be-announced iPad Mini, which is the best 7-inch tablet for the price?

How to Save Space on Your iPad
There are a number of ways to save storage space on your iPad, including giving your iPad a good cleaning and utilizing the cloud for storage.

iPad: The Good and the Bad - Should You Buy an iPad?
If you are thinking about buying an iPad but aren't 100% sure, you should know the iPad isn't perfect for everyone. It does many things well, but it does have its drawbacks.

Angry Birds GO! Tips
These Angry Birds GO! tips will have you racing through the game and conquering challenges in no time.

What Is the Latest Version of the iPad ?
The most current model of the iPad is the iPad 4 and the iPad Mini, though there are distinct difference between the two, including the size.

What is the iPad Air?
The iPad Air was announced by Apple on October 22nd and takes over the place of the 9.7-inch iPad in Apple's iPad lineup.

Lords of Waterdeep Tips and Strategies
Lords of Waterdeep combines completing quests, blocking players and resource-gathering to good measure, and ultimately, the player with the best strategy wins. These tips will help give you a leg up against the competition.

How to Renew Your Apple Developers Certificate and Provisioning Profiles
Are you getting the dreaded 'no provisioning profile' error when testing apps on your iPad? It might be time to renew your Apple Developer's Certificate and set up new provisioning profiles.

The Amazon Kindle Fire vs the Apple iPad
The Amazon Kindle Fire has been called an iPad-killer, but does it really deserve the title? We look at both devices, compare the features and (most importantly) help you decide which one may be the right device for you.

Quick Answer: Should You Buy the iPad 2?
At $100 off the price, the iPad 2 might seem tempting, but it may not be the best deal. There are several other Apple tablets that should be higher on anyone's list.

How to Connect Your iPad to Your TV
Would you rather see your iPad on your HDTV? It's actually rather easy to connect your iPad to your TV, though you may need a special cable to get the job done. And if you have Apple TV, you can even watch your iPad on your TV without the wires!

Dead Space for iPad
Dead Space for the iPad is an all-new story in the Dead Space universe, with a plot that will help connect the original console story with the upcoming sequel.

Sentinel 3: Homeworld
Sentinel 3: Homeworld is the third installment in the popular science fiction tower defense series. Among the best in strategy on the iPad, Sentinel 3: Homeworld adds a commander mech to the action, giving you a bit more control over the flow of the battle.

Review: TowerMadness HD
In TowerMadness HD, you'll be up against the evil aliens that want to steal your sheep. One of the top tower defense games on the app store, the tutorial makes it easy to get started with TowerMadness, but don't think you'll master it so easy.

The iPad Mini 2 Review: Apple's First Five-Star Tablet
The iPad Mini 2 constitutes the biggest leap from one generation to the next since the iPad's inception, but is it good enough to run out and purchase? And should you upgrade from your current tablet?

How to Load and Save Game Settings in the Corona SDK (LUA)
The Corona SDK makes it easy to save and load settings from a database file. This tutorial takes you through the steps of creating the database table, saving the information and retrieving the setting.

The Explode Function Translated to LUA / Corona SDK
The explode function in PHP is very handy and easy to translate to LUA, expanding LUA's ease-of-use capabilities when dealing with delimited text.

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.

iRig Review - Play Your Guitar Through Your iPad
The iRig from IK Multimedia allows you to plug your guitar into your iPad and use it as a virtual effects processor. But how well does it work? This review examines the iRig and uncovers whether or not it belongs in your music collection or should stick to collecting dust on a store shelf.

How to Connect a MIDI Controller to the iPad
Once you have the right adapter, it's simple to hook a MIDI controller up to your iPad. And this allows MIDI access to a host of cool apps like Garage Bands.

Endless Nights Role-Playing Game Now Available on the App Store
As an independent app developer, I've learned that small, focused apps tend to provide the best bang for the buck. But I've always tried to balance work

First iOS Game Controllers Make Their Debut
The first official iOS game controllers are just around the corner. One of the neat additions to iOS 7 was official support for third-party game

Star Trek Rivals: Watch the Movie, Play the Card Game
Can't get enough of Star Trek? You might want to check out the Star Trek Rivals collectable card game. The Star Trek Into Darkness companion game is a nice

Apple Right Not to Unlock Dead Mother's iPad
An interesting story hit the web this week. After their mother succumbed to her battle with cancer, son Josh Grant from London, England requested Apple give

iPad RPGs: Role-Playing Games You Can Play on Your iPad
Are you looking to add a little role-playing into your iPad gaming? The iPad has a great combination of graphics, power and portability, making these iPad RPGs as mobile as your characters will be inside the fantasy worlds they create. Included among the best RPGs on the iPad are massively multiplayer online role-playing games like Pocket Legends, action-strategy RPGs like Dungeon Defenders and more traditional games like Infinity Blade.

iPad Puzzle Games: Casual Puzzles for the iPad
Are you looking for a quick, casual game to play? Or perhaps something to challenge your mind? These iPad puzzle games are great for short bursts of gaming, but they can also be quite challenging. Games like Angry Birds and Bubble Ball have revolutionized the idea of puzzle games, providing endless entertainment to those who don't have hours to spend on hardcore gaming.

iPad Trivia Games
The iPad has been called the ultimate media consumption device with its ability to produce great books, music, movies and more. Trivia games provide a great opportunity to put the iPad to use making all of that information you have at your fingertips work for you.

iPad Racing Games
The iPad's unique controls, which can range from on-screen joysticks to using the iPad itself as a controller, make it almost perfect for racing games. And whether you prefer participating in NASCAR or just want to shoot Gatling guns at fellow racers, there are plenty of great iPad racing games to choose from in the app store.

iPad Action and Arcade Games
Do you love action games? Are you a fan of classic arcade games? The iPad excels at delivering fast-paced action, and many of the classic coin-op games are available for purchase in the app store. So whether prefer Pac Man or Plants vs Zombies, the iPad has you covered.

iPad Strategy Games and Tower Defense Games
iPad strategy games include everything from the highly recognizable Civilization Revolution to the recently released tower defense game based on Army of Darkness.

How to Play the Original Bard's Tale on Your iPad
Tales of the Unknown: Volume I. Don't remember it? Maybe it's subtitle will be more familiar: The Bard's Tale. Ultima. Wizardry. Might and Magic. The

2012 Readers' Choice Award Nomination: Best iPad Accessory of 2011
The 2012 Readers' Choice Award Nomination for Best iPad Accessory includes Bluetooth headphones, wireless keyboards and a host of different cases that both protect and enhance your iPad.

2012 Readers' Choice Award Nomination: Best iPad Game of 2011
The 2012 Readers' Choice Award Nomination for Best iPad Game will definitely have some good competition, with casual games like Where's My Water? dominating the best-selling lists, old classics like Grand Theft Auto III making an appearance and massive games like Infinity Blade 2 hitting the app store.

2012 Readers' Choice Award Nomination: Best iPad App of 2011
The 2012 Readers' Choice Award Nomination for Best iPad App spans all categories of apps from social networking to news gathering to productivity and utilities, but does not include games, which get their own category.

Dungeon Hunter 4 Review: In-App Purchases Drag Down a Good Game
Dungeon Hunter 4 displays the worst of the freemium model with annoying advertisements and a model that will hamper your wallet.

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.

Review: Pitfall! for iPad
Pitfall Harry makes his return in Pitfall!, an endless runner reboot from Activision. But is it worth it, or should Harry have stayed in the jungle?

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.

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: Fluent News Reader - iPad News Apps
Fluent News Reader makes a great alternative for those who are tired of wading through Google News to find trusted sources. An excellent companion to your morning coffee, Fluent News Reader can help you start your day informed.

Review: Editions by AOL - iPad News Apps
Editions by AOL is a magazine-style news aggregator for the iPad that gathers news from around the web and arranges it based on the personal interests of the reader. Touted as the app that 'reads you', Editions uses your own reading habits to customize the magazine.

Review: FriendCaster for Facebook - iPad Social Networking
FriendCaster is a Facebook client for iPad that expands the Facebook experience by creating an enhanced wall, a better photo-viewing interface and support for multiple accounts. A must for any frequent Facebook user, FriendCaster is also a no-brainer to download for families with multiple Facebook addicts.

Review: Livestand from Yahoo! - iPad News and Reference
Livestand is one of the latest news readers to hit the iPad. Designed by Yahoo with a mix of content from the Yahoo portal and from around the web, Livestand is tailors the news to you through your own library of subscriptions and your personal mix of news.

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.

Review: Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 for iPad
Duels of the Planeswalkers produces an excellent version of Magic: The Gathering for the iPad, with the Wizards of the Coast game looking absolutely beautiful on the new iPad's Retina Display.

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.

Profile: Final Fantasy III for iPad
Square Enix brings the classic RPG Final Fantasy III to the iPad with updated graphics but the same great game play that made the Final Fantasy series so popular. This version of the game is based on the Nintendo DS port.

Profile: Silversword - iPad Role-Playing Games
Silversword is a role-playing game that brings back memories of The Bard's Tale, Wizardry and Might and Magic. Players that remember these classic games will be instantly familiar with the style of gameplay offered by Silversword, and those who long for the days of the games will be pleasantly surprised.

Profile: Avadon: The Black Fortress - iPad RPG
Avadon: The Black Fortress is a role-playing game for the iPad that is a throw back to the turn-based RPGs of old, easily reminding most of the The Bard's Tale, Ultima and Might and Magic.

Review: The Bard's Tale - iPad Role-Playing Games
The Bard's Tale is a remake of the 2004 Xbox/PS2 game by the same name. A witty Action RPG, the game is based on the famed role-playing series from the late 80s, but with a big sense of humor added to the action.

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.

Amazon Kindle Fire Review - How Does It Stack Up?
The Amazon Kindle Fire has been labeled an iPad killer since before it was even announced, but how does it really stack up to the competition? Is it worth the rather attractive asking price, and will it cure your iPad cravings?

How to Pair or Connect a Bluetooth Device to the iPad
The iPad works with many different Bluetooth devices, including wireless keyboards, speakers and headsets. But before you can use the device, it must be connected or

iPad Usage: Where Did All My Storage Space Go?
Find out which apps are taking up the most space on your iPad, how much storage your music and videos take and even how much space you are using on photos.

How to Send an Email or Text in Evernote
It's easy to share a note in email or text message in Evernote, you simply need to know where to look for the share feature. Page 2.

How to Print a Note in Evernote
What good would note-taking be without the ability to print? Or the ability to share your notes? These Evernote Tips will guide you through doing these basic tasks in the popular productivity app.

What Is AirDrop? How Does It Work?
AirDrop will make its debut on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch with the iOS 7.0 release. But what is it? How does it work? Do you even want it? AirDrop may be one of the coolest features of the iOS 7 release.

How to Sort Your iPad Apps Alphabetically
Did you know you can sort your iPad apps alphabetically? It's not a true feature of iOS, but there is a little known trick that can sort your apps.

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.

How to Turn On AirDrop on the iPad
It's easy to turn AirDrop on, off or set it to contacts only, but first you need to know where Apple hid the settings. Page 2.

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.

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. Page 2.

How to Use AirDrop on the iPad
AirDrop is a great way to share photos, documents, web pages and even contacts with friends and family simply by being near them. And it's easier to do than you think. Page 3.

How to Use the iPad Control Panel
The iOS 7 update redesigned the control panel, which makes it easy to access music controls, airdrop options, do not disturb, airplane mode, and wi-fi and bluetooth settings.

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.

How to Turn Off Background App Refresh on the iPad
Background App Refresh can be a great new feature of the iPad and iPhone, but it can also drain the battery, so some might want to turn it off to save battery life.

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.

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 Turn 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 Fix: Can't Add Bookmarks in iPad's Safari Browser
There are many issues that can hit the iPad's Safari browser, including the inability to add or retrieve bookmarks. Luckily, it is not hard to fix this issue with one of two easy steps.

iOS Version 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. Page 2.

iOS 4 Features
iOS 4 constituted a series of major updates, including the addition of folders, multitasking and video conferencing via the FaceTime app. Page 3.

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. Page 4.

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. Page 5.

iOS 7 Features : What's New in the Newest iPad/iPhone OS?
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. Page 6.

How to Make Text Bigger on the iPad
Did you know it is possible to change the default text size on the iPad? Not every app makes use of the dynamic font, but for those that do, changing the default size can make text bigger or smaller based on your preference.

How to Install Dropbox
Dropbox is a great way to transfer and access files from multiple devices. It's also very easy to install and start using on your PC and iPad, and it makes an excellent way to upload photos to your PC.

How to Setup Dropbox on the iPad
Installing Dropbox on the iPad is an easy way to get extra storage space for documents and photos, freeing up more of your iPad's space for apps. Page 2.

How to Upload a Photo to Dropbox on the iPad
The Dropbox app allows you to upload a photo from the iPad to the web, which allows you to access your photos from your PC or other devices. Page 3.

How to Restore Apps and Games to Your iPad
Have you lost your favorite app? No worries. It's easy to restore apps and games back to your iPad so long as you are attached to the same Apple account that purchased them initially.

How to Save Photos on the iPad From Facebook/Web/Email/Etc.
Did you know you can save a photo to your iPad from an email message, website or Facebook? It's actually a rather simple process once you learn the trick.

How to Create a Shared Photo Stream
A Shared Photo Stream allows you to automatically send your photos to your friends and family. This is a great way for everyone to keep in touch and exchange pictures.

How to Copy a Photo to a Shared Photo Stream
You can copy any photo in your camera roll to a shared photo stream, and the process is rather easy once you understand the steps needed to add the photo. Page 2.

iPad Help: How to Attach a Photo to an Email
Have you come up blank trying to attach a photo to an email message using the iPad? Don't worry, it's not as hard as you think. You simply need to know the secret.

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. Page 2.

How to Attach Multiple Photos to Email on Your iPad
Did you know you can easily attach multiple photos to an email on your iPad? It's actually rather simple once you know the trick. Page 2.

How to Use iTunes Radio on the iPad
Apple released iTunes Radio, a Pandora-like streaming music service, with the iOS 7 update. You can access the services via the Music app on the iPad.

How to Customize an iTunes Radio Station
Apple's iTunes Radio allows you to create a custom radio station based on a song, artist or an entire genre. Within that custom station, you can personalize further by telling iTunes Radio which song you do and do not like. Page 2.

How to Add a New Artist/Band to an iTunes Radio Station or Rename Your Station
Did you know you can add additional artists or songs to your custom iTunes radio station? You can even add an entire genre or tell your radio station not to play certain bands or songs. Page 3.

How to Turn On Automatic App Updates on the iPad
It's easy to turn on automatic app updates on the iPad, even if you accidentally left this option turned off while setting up your iPad.

How to Download an 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
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. Page 3.

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. Page 4.

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 Open the iPad Task Bar
Did you know you can switch between iPad apps using the task bar? Or that there are hidden music controls on the iPad? Find out all about the iPad's task bar.

The iPad's Hidden Music Controls Revealed
The iPad's hidden music controls can be accessed through the task bar and provides a quick way to skip songs, adjust brightness and activate AirPlay.

How to Turn Off 4G/3G on an iPad
Turning off cellular data (3G/4G) on the iPad can guard against accidentally going over your data cap and conserve battery power.

How to Turn Off Bluetooth on an iPad
The iPad's Bluetooth service can drain battery power even when it is not in use, so one easy way to help your iPad last longer is to turn off the Bluetooth service.

How to Setup Twitter on the iPad
The iOS 5.0 update brought Twitter integration to the iPad, making it much easier to share websites, photos and other goodies on the iPad. It's also very easy to connect Twitter to your iPad, which means you can be sharing in no time.

How to Connect Your iPad to Facebook
The iOS 6.0 update brought with it the ability to connect your iPad to your Facebook account. This has many great benefits, chief among them making it much easier to share photos and videos on your Facebook wall. Page 2.

How to 'Like' an App in the App Store
Do you want to share a great app or fun game with your friends? With Facebook integration, it's easy to 'like' an app in Apple's App Store, which shares that app on your Facebook Timeline.

How to Upload an iPad Photo to Twitter
Once you have your iPad connected to Twitter, it is actually rather easy to upload a photo for your followers to see.

How to Close All Tabs in Safari on the iPad
Leaving too many tabs open in your Safari browser can lead to performance issues on your iPad, luckily, there is a way to close them all at once.

How to Copy Pages, Numbers and Keynote Documents to the iPad
The iWork suite lets you work on your documents while on the go, but first you need to copy or share your files with your iPad before you can begin working on them in Pages, Numbers and Keynote.

How to Use Spotlight Search - Launch Any iPad App, Anywhere, Anytime...
Did you know you can quickly launch an iPad app using Spotlight Search? It is also a great way to find a specific song or search the web.

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.

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.

What Apps Come With the iPad? - iPad FAQ
The iPad comes with a lot of great apps already installed and ready to use, including a maps app that can be a great GPS replacement and a photo booth for taking fun photographs.

How to Turn On iTunes Match - iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
It is easy to turn on iTunes Match on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. And once your music is the cloud, you can save storage space by streaming it directly from the Internet.

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. Page 2.

How to Disable the Control Center on the iPad
The new iPad Control Center is much better than the old music controls, but activating them with a swipe from the bottom can interfere with some apps. Luckily, it is easy to disable the new controls while inside of apps.

How to Turn On Multitasking Gestures - iPad Help
Turning on the new multitasking gestures in iOS 5 allows you to quickly and easily switch between apps on your iPad with a swipe of your hand, just as you might swipe your fingers across the screen to turn the pages in an eBook.

What Are Multitasking Gestures? - iPad Help
The multitasking gestures are part of the multi-touch interface and can help carry out several tasks that help make the iPad experience much smoother, especially when switching between two apps. Page 2.

How to Use Your iPad With the Roland Integra-7
The Integra-7 iPad editor allows you to change sets, switch parts, choose sounds and tones and even load expansion sounds into your sound module. It's also the best way to edit the motional surround feature on the Integra-7.

How to Delay Passcode Lock on the iPad
The passcode lock on the iPad is a great way to secure the device, but it can quickly become annoying if you find yourself constantly tapping in the passcode throughout the day. Luckily, there's a solution to this dilemma.

What is Spotlight Search?
Spotlight Search is a great tool that can be used to search through contacts, email or find music, movies and apps on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.

Giant Boulder Of Death Tips and Shortcuts
Want to get ahead as a giant boulder of death? These tips and shortcuts will have you powered up and rolling down that mountain in no time.

How to Fix: iPad Won't Turn On
Normally, an iPad is in

How to Turn Off the iPad's Zoom Feature
The iPad's zoom feature is part of the accessibility functions for the iPad and is designed for those with less-than-perfect eyesight. For those with 20-20 vision, turning the feature on is often done by accident. Page 2.

How to Fix: My iPad is Zoomed In
If your iPad is zoomed in and stuck in that display mode, you have accidentally turned on an accessibility function. Luckily, this is an easy problem to fix.

The History of the iPad
The iPad debuted on April 3, 2010, a device that no one was quite sure had a place in the world. In the three years since its launch, the iPad has changed the way we look at our computing devices, regulating the PC to just one of the bunch, and adding the concept of the multi-device family.

The History of the iPad Pt 2. - The Second and Third Generation
The successor to the iPad was unveiled on March 2nd, 2011. The iPad 2 brought numerous changes to the iPad, adding camera support and a gyroscope to he mix. The iPad 3 upped the ante with a Retina Display and 4G compatibility. Page 2.

The History of the iPad Pt 3. - iPad 4, iPad Mini and iOS
The iPad has grown through both hardware and software updates, with iOS 6 and 7 leading to major changes in how we use the device. And the iPad Mini took all the goodness of the iPad and shrunk it down until you could easily use it with one hand. Page 3.

How to Change Siri's Voice to a Man's Voice
Siri has a very distinctive female voice, but it isn't the only voice available for Apple's voice recognition assistant. You can also have Siri with a man's voice. This quick tutorial teaches how to turn Siri into a man.

What is Photo Stream? And How Do You Use It?
Photo Stream can be a great way to share photos between your devices once you learn how to use it and utilize the shared photo streams in order to send photos to friends and family.

The iPad Mini vs Galaxy Note 8 - Does Samsung's New Tablet Stack Up?
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 may have favorable specs compared to the iPad Mini, but it is also more expensive. Is it worth the price? Or will it be a dud?

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?

What is Siri?
Siri made its debut with the iPhone 4S and crept onto the iPad with the iOS 6.0 update. But what exactly can Siri do? We'll go over the basics of Siri and answer a few basic questions on how to get started using it.

iPad Quick Start Guide
Are you new to the iPad? Want to start using your iPad without wading through a huge how-to book? This guide was designed to get new users up and running as quick as possible.

Answered: Why Doesn't My iPad Keyboard Click?
Did you know you can turn that 'click' noise the iPad keyboard makes on or off? So if you miss it (or if it just annoys you), your solution is only a few seconds away...

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 Are Those Apps in the Updates Tab of the App Store? (iOS 7)
Apple added automatic app updates to iOS 7, so you might be wondering what all those apps are that are listed in your Updates tab in the App Store.

Favorite iPad Accessory
About.com users tell their experience with accessories and let us know their favorite accessory.

How to Parse XML Files in Xcode (Objective-C) - iOS Development
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.

Should You Wait for the iPad 3 or Buy an iPad Now?
With the iPad 3 due out in early 2012, when is a good time to buy an iPad 2 and when is the best time to hold off and purchase the iPad 3? It's easy to fall into the trap of waiting for the new technology of what is just around the corner, but sometimes it is best to ignore the cycle and simply make the purchase.

How the iPad Can Save You Money
The iPad is loaded with features that can actually save you money in the long run. This can be especially true for families with small kids, where the iPad can be used as a surrogate gaming system and a great learning aid.

What to Do With a New iPad
The iPad is a wonderful device, but before you can discover all of that wonder and magic, you may need a little help on how to properly use the device. This guide takes you from setting up the iPad for the first time to what apps to download to tips and basic troubleshooting.

Corona SDK: How to Layer Graphics, Move Graphics and Bring Graphics 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.

4 Things Missing From iOS 6.0
The iOS 6.0 update has taken a lot of flack for the poor implementation of Apple Maps, which replaced Google Maps. But Google's mapping app isn't the only thing missing from the update.

Is the iPad a PC?
If the iPad counted as a PC, Apple would be the fastest growing PC vendor in the world. So what keeps the iPad from being a PC? Does it lack features? Or is it really a PC in disguise?

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?

What is the Microsoft Surface?
Microsoft put an end to speculation when it announced the Microsoft Surface, a Microsoft-branded tablet computer running variants of their Windows operating system.

Should You Upgrade to an iPad Mini?
The iPad Mini has finally arrived, but is it worth the upgrade? Owners of the original iPad may find it to be a good bargain, but for iPad 2 owners, it's not as easy of a decision. The iPad Mini could also be a good upgrade option for those coming from the Android camp.

FAQ: Does the iPad 2 Have a Retina Display?
Apple's Retina Display debuted on the iPhone 4 and denotes a display so clear that the human eye has trouble distinguishing individual pixels.

How Big is the iPad Mini? How Much Does It Weigh?
The iPad Mini is sized to fit in one hand and weighs so little (about the weight of a pad of paper) that you can easily hold it without tiring out.

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.

Can an iPad Use a Mouse?
Apple helped popularize the mouse with an early release of their Macintosh computers, but their latest revolution in the computing field does not come with one. Can it even use a mouse?

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...

Can an iPad Read Kindle Books?
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...

Answered: Does the iPad Support Multiple Users?
The iPad is a great family device, but it does have one blind spot when it comes to supporting multiple users in the same household.

Does the iPad Support an Ethernet Wired Internet Connection?
Believe it or not, there are still places in the world that don't support Wi-Fi. If you are looking to hook your iPad up via Ethernet, there are solutions, but there is no direct way to hook the iPad in directly to a wired network.

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.

The Most Common iPad Scams and How to Avoid Them
iPad scams can come in many different flavors, from free iPads for beta testing a product to contests to auction sites to potential money pit built right into the iPad. So how do you spot them and avoid them? By knowing what to look for in a scam.

Troubleshooting a Weak Wi-Fi Signal - iPad Troubleshooting
If your Wi-Fi connection is weak even when you are standing right next to the router, don't despair. There are a few things you can do before giving in to the temptation to simply replace the router, which can get expensive if your router was not supplied by your broadband carrier.

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.

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?

Is the Google Nexus Right For You?
The Google Nexus tops the list of the best Android-based tablets, but is the cheaper price worth going with a non-iPad?

Microsoft Surface Pro vs iPad 4: Comparison Chart
The Surface Pro will draw the inevitable comparison to the iPad, but how do they stack up? This chart will break down the specifications between the two tablets.

6 Features the iPad Needs to Replace the PC
The iPad becomes more functional and closer to a PC with each release, but it still needs a few features if it is to truly compete with the laptop or desktop.

What Is iOS 6.0?
Apple's iOS 6.0 brings many new features to the operating system used to run the iPad and iPhone, including a new maps program, iCloud enhancements and new security features.

FAQ: How much does an iPad cost?
The iPad 2 starts at $499 for the 16 GB Wi-Fi only model and can run all the way up to $829 for the 64 GB Wi-Fi + 3G model. The iPad can also be purchased refurbished from the Apple store, which can be a good way to save a little bit of money.

Does the New iPad Have Siri?
Siri is the popular voice recognition software that comes with the iPhone 4S. Unfortunately, the new iPad does not fully support Siri, but it does support parts of Siri, which may be just as good for many iPad users.

What is the iPad Mini? Features and Details of Apple's 7.9-inch Tablet
The iPad Mini could be Apple's answer to the Amazon Kindle Fire and other Android-based 7-inch tablet computers. But how will it stack up to those other tablets?

What is a Passcode?
A passcode can be used to restrict access, such as requiring the passcode to get into settings or to use the iPad.

What is Display Mirroring for the iPad?
Displaying Mirroring is a feature that allows you to transfer your iPad's display to your TV or computer monitor.

Answered: Will You Lose Your iPad Data or Apps If You Upgrade?
It can be an unnerving process to upgrade an iPad when you have a lot of apps and data on it, but if you've performed the right steps, you need not worry about all of your data.

How Many iPads Have Been Sold?
The iPad has increased in sales each year it has been in production, with a record 17 million selling during Apple's 3rd fiscal quarter of 2012.

FAQ: How Do I Get My iPad Apps Back on My iPad
Do you need to download your apps back onto your iPad after an upgrade or a wipe? It's actually a very simple process to re-install apps on an iPad.

How Many iPad Apps Are in the App Store?
The App Store now boast over 30 billion downloads and over 700 thousand apps. But how many of those are designed for the iPad?

Why Doesn't the iPad Support Flash?
Apple has famously put up a stop sign in front of Adobe Flash, keeping the platform from hopping onto the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. But why?

Why Can't I Upgrade to iOS 6.0 on my iPad?
Have you been locked out of the recent iOS update? Unfortunately, the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system (iOS 6.0) is not compatible with the original iPad. But what does that mean for original iPad owners?

Is an iPad Right For You?
The iPad may be the most popular tablet on the planet, but it's not right for everyone.

Is the Microsoft Surface Right For You?
The Microsoft Surface is Microsoft's bid to enter the tablet arena, with the newest version of their Windows operating system designed for touch-enabled devices and two different versions of the Surface computer available. But is it right for you?

What Tablet Should You Buy?
There is a growing number of tablets including the iPad, Nexus, Kindle Fire and Surface. But which tablet should you buy? We take a look at the different reasons for buying a tablet to match them with the best tablet for each category of consumer.

FAQ: How Fast is the iPad? Is it faster than the iPhone 4S?
The iPad 2 runs on a 1 GHz dual core Apple A5 processor with graphics powered by a 200 Mhz dual core PowerVR SGX543MP2 processor. The combination makes the iPad 2 over twice as fast as the original, running graphics at up to seven times faster.

iPad FAQ: Can My iPad Use My iPhone's Data Connection?
Those with an iPhone and an iPad may be wondering if they can use their iPhone's data connection on their iPad. Unfortunately, this is one of those good news/bad news situations.

Cable Networks and Broadcast TV Networks 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.

The iPad Glossary - Terms and Buzwzords Associated With the Apple iPad
An iPad glossary containing terms and buzzwords often connected with Apple's iPad, including definitions for hardware features and common software terms used in association with the iPad.

- By Category
An index of categories in the

Blue Star - iPad Background
This awesome photo depicts a bright blue star passing through a large cloud of dust and gas. Page 4.

Close to the Sun - iPad Background
Exoplanet HD 189733b is actually in a totally different solar system and orbits its star every 2.2 days. Page 5.

Earth From Space - iPad Background
It's hard to go wrong with an iPad background of the Earth as viewed from space. Page 2.

Forest - iPad Background
This great picture is taken in Cedarburg Beech Forest in Wisconsin. Page 10.

Hubble Ultra Deep Field - iPad Background
The universe as seen from the Hubble Ultra Deep Field.

Ocean Beach - iPad Background
This background image can look particularly nice if most of your screens have icons at the top but no icons lining the bottom rows. Page 8.

Sun Burst - iPad Background
These beautifully blooming flowers can make a great backdrop for your icons. Page 7.

Sunset - iPad Background
In this beautiful photo, the Sun is hiding in the clouds as it sets over a land now filled with shadows. Page 9.

The Moon - iPad Background
The moon can also make a great background, giving your iPad that lunar colony feeling. Page 3.

The Pinwheel Galaxy - iPad Background
The Pinwheel Galaxy is located within the constellation of Ursa Major, which most people know as the Big Dipper. Page 6.

Cool iPad Backgrounds and Home Screen Images
Did you know you can customize your iPad with a background image or change the picture on the home screen? These cool photos can make your iPad look great.

iPad Board Games: Dice, Board and Card Games for the iPad
The size and light weight of the iPad make it the perfect device for playing board games, with many great classics available like Risk and Monopoly. The iPad is also ideal for card games like Solitaire and dice games like Yahtzee.

4 Good Things About Apple Maps
4 Good Things About Apple Maps

Apple iPad 3 Announcement: First Impressions
Apple iPad 3 Announcement: First Impressions

Forget That Apostrophe!
At times, the iPad's auto correct feature can be extremely frustrating. Anyone who has ever tried to type in a strange name only to have the auto correct

Reader's Choice: Favorite iPad Apps
Everyone has their own opinions when it comes to iPad apps. CNN news or USA Today? iBooks or Stanza? Netflix of Hulu Plus? Readers weigh in on the debate with their own favorite iPad app.

Amazon App Store Clears Way For Amazon Tablet
While Apple's app store policies sometimes get questioned by the media, it is that very same rigorous process that separates the iPhone and iPad from the pack.

eBook Subscription Services Arrive on the iPad
Think Netflix for books. Not one, but two services are now offering a subscription service for unlimited reading on the iPad. Oyster, a service officially

How a Second Grader Hacked an iPad to View Porn
Parents in Waukesha, Wisconsin were in a state of shock on Thursday after it was revealed that a group of second graders were able to view pornagraphic images

How to Reboot Your iPad Even If It Is Frozen and Won't Turn Off
If you are experiencing issues with the iPad, whether it is an unresponsive iPad, apps randomly crashing, or the iPad simply running too slow, it might be time to reboot the iPad.

So, You Got an iPad for Christmas...
The iPad is one of the most popular devices on Christmas wishlists, and for good reason. It's an awesome tablet. If you were lucky enough to receive one as a

Should Apple Make an Android Smartphone or Tablet?
Think Apple making an Android-based smartphone sounds crazy? Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak doesn't. In fact, that is exactly what he said Apple should do

The Microsoft Surface Won't Be Cheap
The Microsoft Surface Won't Be Cheap

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic on the iPad?
Is porting Bioware classics to the iPad becoming a trend? Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition arrived on the iPad in December, and now it looks like another

5 Great iOS 5 Features You'll Notice Right Away
5 Great iOS 5 Features You'll Notice Right Away

Apple TV as a Game Console?
The game console wars kicked into high gear last year with the release of the PS4 and Xbox One, with the PS4 being declared the early winner and the Xbox

How to Erase the Content and Settings on Your iPad
Most people will want to choose Erase All Content and Settings. This protects you by making sure all data is off the iPad, which includes information for your iTunes account. Page 2.

How to Reset the iPad to Factory Default Settings
It is a good idea to reset the iPad to factory default when selling it or giving it to a family member. This process can also solve persistent issues with the iPad that don't clear up after rebooting the device and are resistant to other troubleshooting steps.

How to Erase the Data on Your iPad
The entire process to erase the data on your iPad takes a couple of minutes, and during the process, the Apple logo will appear in the middle of the screen. Page 3.

iPad Rumors: iPad Pro Delayed, Microsoft Office Un-Delayed
The two big tidbits going around the iPad rumor mill concern a delay to the iPad Pro and a Microsoft Office that might be coming sooner than we think. It's

Is Apple Finally Saying Goodbye to the iPad 2?
The latest Apple rumor isn't about a bigger iPhone or an iPad/MacBook hybrid. In fact, it's not about a new product at all, rather, the twilight of an older

LEGO Lord of the Rings Arrives on iPad
Are you ready to journey to Mount Doom? The quest to destroy the one, true ring has arrived on the iPad. LEGO Lord of the Rings lets you relive all three

Take iPad Hybrid Rumors With a Giant Grain of Salt
First, Apple was working on a 12-inch iPad Pro that would put the nail in the PC coffin. Now, that iPad Pro is rumored to be a hybrid tablet, with a

Ken Burns Mines the Patterns of History in iPad App
America. A place for Americans. --Bruce McCulloch From the Statue of Liberty to Jazz, Baseball to Prohibition, the Civil War to the expansion of The

Forget the Flowers: Get Your Loved One an iPad for Valentine's Day

Become the Dungeon Master in Dungeon Keeper
I remember hours and hours spent playing Dungeon Keeper and Dungeon Keeper II. It was a novel idea from a company known for novel ideas. Bullfrog Productions

Get $25 Best Buy Gift Card With iPad Mini Purchase
Along with extending their trade-in discount, Best Buy is offering gift cards for those who buy an iPad online. The promotion offers a $25 gift card for anyone

Google Play Arrives on the iPad
In today's world of digital media, one deterrent for switching platforms can be the large collection of eBooks, digital music and digital movies you've

Should the iPad Go 4K?
Should the iPad Go 4K?

Best Deal: Pass on Walmart's $299 iPad 2 and Grab Apple's $299 iPad Mini
Walmart is taking $100 off the retail price of the iPad 2, selling the device for $299 for the next price. The only problem? It's still not the best deal.

NFL, MLB Latest to Jump on the iBeacon Train
Near-Field Communication (NFC) has been around for a while on multiple Android devices, and while it has some cool uses in the house and office, it doesn't have

iPad Apps - Find the Best iPad App For You
Apple's motto may be that there's an app for that, but with so many apps filling the iPad app store, the real question is which app is right for you. These reviews and profiles will help you sift through the multitude of great apps to find out which ones are worth your download.

Blast From the Past: The iPad Ridiculed Pre-Launch
Blast From the Past: The iPad Ridiculed Pre-Launch

PlayStation 4 iPad App Will Offer SmartGlass-Type Features
PlayStation 4 iPad App Will Offer SmartGlass-Type Features

iPad App Development Guides and Tutorials
It's a great time to start developing iPad applications. The iPad dominates the tablet market, and as we move into the post-PC world, the iPad will become even more popular. And because both the iPhone and iPad share the same operating system (iOS), you can easily develop both iPhone and iPad apps using the same platform.

The iPad at NAMM 2014
The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) is rolling out a bunch of new products at their annual show, and as in years past, the iPad has a prominant

Epic Brings Netflix-Style Subscription to Kids Books
As a father, one of the most important lessons I can instill in my daughter is a love of reading. I can remember devouring books like The Hobbit when young,

Christmas Gift: iPad or iPad Mini?
Christmas Gift: iPad or iPad Mini?

Korg Gadget: Take Your Synth Collection With You
The iPad has increasingly made headway into the world of music creation, thanks in part by the ease of connecting MIDI devices to the tablet. Of course, it

Archos to Release 250 GB Android Tablet
Archos to Release 250 GB Android Tablet

Google Maps Returns to iPhone and iPad
Google Maps Returns to iPhone and iPad

Could iOS 6.0 Lead to a Better Google Maps?
Could iOS 6.0 Lead to a Better Google Maps?

Showtime Arrives on iPad With a Big Fail
Showtime Arrives on iPad With a Big Fail

XCOM: Enemy Unknown Marks New Era for iPad Gaming
XCOM: Enemy Unknown isn't the first high-end console or PC game that has made its way to the iPad. In the past few months, we've seenStar Wars: Knights of

Just Say No to iPad-MacBook Offspring
Just Say No to iPad-MacBook Offspring

The iPad 2 vs the iPad Mini: 5 Reasons Why the Mini Wins
The iPad 2 vs the iPad Mini: 5 Reasons Why the Mini Wins

5 Features That Would Take Siri to the Next Level
When Siri was first announced, I thought of it as a neat feature that I would probably never use. But while I'm fine popping open the Yelp app to find pizza

Google Announces Nexus 7, Nexus Q and (Quite Possibly) the Tablet Pricing War
Google Announces Nexus 7, Nexus Q and (Quite Possibly) the Tablet Pricing War

iPad FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About the iPad
Since its release, the iPad has been a phenomenal success, but many would-be buyers and new owners still have a lot of questions about the new device. This iPad FAQ covers many of the most frequently asked questions, such as whether or not the iPad can multitask, if it can run iPhone apps and how to transfer those apps to the iPad.

The iPad Isn't Just Tops on Consumer Wishlists...
Despite a slew of competitive Android devices released over the past year, the iPad still reigns as the king of the industry. But the iPad and iPhone aren't

Microsoft Surface Pro Comparisons Show How Far iPad Has Come
Microsoft Surface Pro Comparisons Show How Far iPad Has Come

With iBeacon and MFi Controllers, Apple Is Changing the Way We Shop and the Way We Game
With iBeacon and MFi Controllers, Apple Is Changing the Way We Shop and the Way We Game

2014: The Year of the iPad Pro? Or the Year of the iPad Pro Rumormill?
Will 2014 be the year Apple introduces a larger iPad? Or is it the year we are just bombarded with rumors of it? In recent weeks, the idea of a larger iPad

First iPad-Compatible Game Controller Coming Soon, But Don't Get Your Hopes Up
SteelSeries wants to change your iPad gaming experience. The iOS 7 update included support for MFi (Made for iOS) game controllers, and combined with the

Relive Tomb Raider on the iPad
Did you know you can play the original Tomb Raider on the iPad? Square Enix slipped Tomb Raider onto the App Store in early December, but with the rush to get

Is Free-To-Play Bad for Gaming?

Sign Up For a 4-Day iPad eCourse
Sign Up For a 4-Day iPad eCourse

Out-of-Touch Bill Gates: iPad Users Frustrated They Can't Type
It's clear Bill Gates doesn't know much about the iPad, no doubt not owning one himself. In an interview with CNBC, Gates noted that a lot of iPad users were

Download 12 Days of Gifts for Free iPad Apps, Books, Music and More
Apple is celebrating the holidays by having a 12 day giveaway from December 26th to January 6th. Previously known as the 12 Days of Christmas, the 12 Days of

What is Your Favorite iPad Tip?
Reader's Choice: What is Your Favorite iPad tip? Readers give out their favorite tips, tricks, secrets and shortcuts.

Best FM Transmitters for the iPad - Listen to Your iPad in the Car
FM transmitters are a great solution for those living in rural areas where there isn't much competition, and even in larger metropolitan areas, FM transmitters can be a good way to listen to your iPad in the car.

Civilization Revolution HD Review - iPad Strategy Games
Civilization Revolution HD is the first of the Civilization franchise to made for the iPad. An authentic rendition of classic Civilization gameplay, Civilization Revolution is a must-have download for any strategy game lovers.

Rage HD Review - iPad Action/Arcade Games
One look at Rage HD is enough to know why John Carmack of id Software has become infatuated with the iPad. It's beautiful, perhaps the best-looking game on the iPad.

Shrek Kart HD Review - iPad Racing Games
Shrek Kart HD is the iPad version of the iPhone racing game where you speed around in karts, collecting power ups and using them against fellow racers. Based on the Shrek universe, you'll get to race through famous places like The Swamp and Far Far Away.

Jeopardy HD for iPad
Jeopardy is one of the most recognized TV game shows in the world, and the iPad version replicates the game seen on TV all the way down to scribbling your name on the podium. You'll compete from Jeopardy to Double Jeopardy to Final Jeopardy, and once you are finished, you can post your results to Facebook.

Review: Order & Chaos Online (MMORPG) - iPad RPGs
Order and Chaos Online has a similar faction-based setup as World of Warcraft, with humans and elves going up against orcs and the undead. The game also features all of the standard aspects of an MMORPG, including the ability to join guilds, trade with players and challenge fellow players to duels.

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

iPad Games: Dungeon Hunter 2 Review
Are you itching to play Diablo on your iPad? Dungeon Hunter 2 delivers the same Action-RPG experience that was so engaging when we first went looking for the Lord of Terror. In the sequel to Dungeon Hunter, you are the son of an immortal King who must survive a war, escape prison and travel across the realm to save Gothicus.

iPad Profile: Pocket Legends Information
Pocket Legends has been described as World of Warcraft in your pocket, and gamers will instantly recognize the cartoon-graphics and the exclamation marks on above the quest-giving non-player characters.

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.

iPad 2 Review: How Does the iPad 2 Stack Up?
The iPad 2 Review: It doesn't boast a host of mouth-watering features. It doesn't have a Retina Display. The iPad 2 doesn't have a micro USB port or expandable memory and it doesn't support 4G. What it does deliver is a better, faster iPad, and when you consider how the original iPad virtually created the market for a tablet computer, that's quite an accomplishment.

Review: Movie Challenge for the iPad
Movie Challenge by Redwind Software is a movie challenge game with thousands of questions divided into categories like Actors, Directors, Sci-Fi, Animated, Action and Horror. The game sets these categories up as tiles, and you work your way down, collecting points as you go and unlocking new category tiles.

Profile: Infinity Blade Info
An action-RPG that utilizes the Unreal Engine 3 to create great visuals, Infinity Blade portrays you as a lone knight on an adventure where you will face off against the titans of the God King in his dark citadel.

iPad Parental Ratings Explained
One of the great things about the Apple app store is how parent-friendly it is. Not only does every app go through testing to make sure it performs as advertised, it is also verified to make sure the ratings are in line with Apple's official application ratings

iPad Printing: A List of AirPrint-Enabled Printers
An AirPrint-enabled printer allows the iPad to print by using Apple's AirPrint protocol. HP offers an entire line of AirPrint-enabled printers.

How Much Is the iPad 2?
Apple's iPad comes with many different options, so picking out just the right model is an important part of the decision making process. And, of course, the cost of the iPad is perhaps the most important consideration.