I’m Nancy Muir author of two books on iPad: iPad For Seniors For Dummies and iPad
All In One For Dummies. This site exists to give iPad users helpful tips, and to
provide updates to these two books for items that may change before the next book
If you don’t happen to have mastered seven languages like James Bond, iTranslate
might just be a great app to have on your iPad. It has an easy-to-use interface;
just type a word in the top pane set to a language such as English, and then tap
the setting for the second language and scroll to find the one you need, such as
If using the shorthand language of texting is limiting for you, add some visuals
to your messages with TextPixs+. There are many categories of images here, from Animals
to Scenery and Vehicles.
Download the free Urbanspoon for iPad to find nearby restaurants in various categories,
read customer reviews, and more.
Before iOS 6 iTunes U and Podcasts were offered in the stores accessed when you tapped
Music or Videos. Now you have to download separate apps to access this content.
Discovering What’s New in iOS 6.0
iPad gets its features from a combination of hardware and its software operating
system, with the most current operating system being iOS 6.0. Small updates appear
all the time, so by the time you read this, you might have 6.1, 2, or 3. If you’ve
seen the original iPad in action or own one, it might be helpful to understand what
new features the third- and fourth-generation iPad brought to the table. In addition
to features on the original iPad and iPad 2, the third-generation and fourth iPad