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John Evans

iPad and iOS 5 Basics -BasicsSplit the Keyboard - iPad Insight - 4 views

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    "One of the many new features in iOS 5 for the iPad is the ability to split the on-screen keyboard. When you do this it splits neatly in half, with one half near the bottom left of the screen and the other half near the bottom right."
John Evans

iPad Basics -BasicsUse the iPad as a Digital Photo Frame - iPad Insight - 3 views

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    "The iPad is nothing if not versatile - a real jack of all trades. One of its fun and lesser-know features is its ability to server a a digital photo frame - so you can enjoy all your favorite photos as a slideshow invoked right from the lock screen."
John Evans

How to Enable and Use Text to Speech on iPhone & iPad - 5 views

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    "The newer versions of iOS include a fantastic text to speech engine that lets you select any text and have it spoken to you. This basically means you can have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch read you the content of any web page, notes, text files, or even eBooks and iBooks. Before you can use the text to speech function though, you have to enable it."
Richard Wells

New to iPad? iPad Basic Work tasks - "In a Nutshell" - 39 views

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    Infographic on how to perform basic work tasks on the iPad
John Evans

Mixdown And Share Your Musical Genius With GarageBand for iPad [iOS Tips] | Cult of Mac - 1 views

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    "Recording a musical masterpiece with GarageBand for iPad is fairly straightforward, especially when using the "smart" instruments together to layer a song together. However, if you don't get the music out of your iPad, no one will hear it. If no one hears it, how will you know how amazing it is? Let's take a look at some basic mixing and sharing features of GarageBand for iPad."
anonymous

Digital document annotation on iPad, iPod Touch, or laptop | Dangerously Irrelevant - 13 views

  • So far, so good. The process basically works like a traditional highlighter. Every time I sync the Kindle app with Amazon’s server, my notes and highlights show up on all of my other devices too. I don’t have to lug multiple, heavy books around. I can just carry my ultralight laptop, my svelte iPad, or my pocket-size iPod Touch and have access to my reading and the accompanying highlights / notes. As Will noted in his post, the beauty of all of this, however, is that Amazon also makes available a web site where you can see all of your Kindle notes and highlights. I can even see an aggregation of others’ highlights if I wish (which is pretty cool).
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    Details how to use the Kindle app for annotating text, going to the Amazon account and then pasting it into a document for either saving to Evernote or use as otherwise needed.
Trevor Cunningham

Enable "Kid Mode" on iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch with Guided Access in iOS - 10 views

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    "The iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone make excellent toys and learning tools for kids, but if you've seen a youngin' with an iOS device you know it's only a matter of time before the inquisitive mind of a child escapes the current application and ends up elsewhere. That inevitable sequence can be stopped in its tracks thanks to Guided Access, a great new feature brought to iOS in 6.0 that basically functions as "Kid Mode", whereby any iOS device can be locked into an application with the hardware buttons disabled. This is one of those must-have features for teachers and parents, and using it is easy."
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