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iPad User Magazine Issue 31

iPad User Magazine is the complete companion guide for owners of any iPad model, including the new iPad mini. Published every six weeks you’ll be kept up-to-date with the latest things to do on your iPad.

United Kingdom
Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome to ipad user magazine, helping you to do more with your ipad

Weather on the turn? Who cares – we’ve got iOS 10 to play with, and give us a warm, wonderful glow of new stuff to discover, from catchy conversation tricks to smart user-friendly features. In this issue, we’ll bring you no fewer than 105 tips to help you get the most out of the new iPad and iPhone operating system. See what’s new with the Lock screen and Control Centre, control notifications more efficiently, play with widgets, make Safari tabs easier to work with, and get to grips with the new features in Music. There’s a ton of helpful new features and we’ll show you exactly where to find them all. In addition, we bring you superb tutorials on putting your email in order so you can always find the message you…

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105 ios 10 tips & tricks

With the latest version of iOS, your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad become even better to use thanks to a wealth of enhancements and brand-new features. Messages offers cooler conversational opportunities, Safari tabs are easier to work with, and Music is streamlined. There are dozens more improvements to discover in iOS 10, and we’ll show you more than a hundred of the best so you get the most out of it from day one. 1 If you’ve set up accessories and scenes in the Home app, swiping left twice on Control Centre reveals shortcuts to those you’ve marked as favourites. Tap things like lights to toggle their status, or use a long press or 3D Touch (on iPhone) for additional control, such as sliding a finger up or down the screen…

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put your email in order

iOS 10 introduced handy new features that will speed up the way you process mail IT WILL TAKE 25 minutes YOU WILL LEARN How to use mailboxes to sort your emails easily and quickly YOU’LL NEED iOS 10, Mail It can be a full-time job keeping on top of the avalanche of mail that keeps appearing in your mailbox. Thankfully, the iPad’ Mail app is on hand to help you not just regain control of your inbox, but stay on top of it going forward too. We’ve assumed you’ve set up at least one of your mail accounts in Mail – if you want to add more, you can do so by heading to Settings > Mail > Accounts. There are handy templates for iCloud, Microsoft (both Exchange and Outlook.com accounts), Google, Yahoo and AOL, plus an…

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switch accounts

When you come to compose new messages, Mail will select your default mailbox as the email address you’re sending from. You can change which account you use when you’re composing the message: tap the ‘Cc/Bcc, From:’ field to expand it, then tap the ‘From’ field and pick your chosen account address from the pop-up menu. Alternatively, change the default account to the one you send most mail from to speed things up: navigate to ‘Settings > Mail’, scroll down and tap ‘Default Account’ at the bottom to select your preferred account.…

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create a photo slideshow

It’s easy to pull photos from your Photo Library into iMovie and create slideshows IT WILL TAKE 1 hour YOU WILL LEARN How to create photo slideshows in iMovie YOU’LL NEED iMovie for iOS The new Memories feature in iOS 10 allows you to create photo slideshows from images in your photo library on an iOS device and customise them. Like the Moments and Collections features in Photos, Memories uses data collected by your iPhone or iPad – like date, time and location – to suggest photos for inclusion in slideshows. You can add and delete photos and customise the soundtrack and other features of the slideshow, but it’s no substitute for creating your own photo slideshow from scratch. Of course, there’s an app for that too, which you may have on your iPad already: iMovie. It’s really…

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plan your masterpiece in scrivener for ios

Scrivener allows you to organise every detail first or dive straight in 1 Corkboard The corkboard displays docs as thumbnails with titles and synopses. Drag them around to re-order them. 2 Options Double tap any document to add a label, set its status, add notes or add an image to be displayed on the corkboard. 3 Add a doc Tap the ‘+’ at the top of the board to create a new document. Tap the clock to see recent documents. 4 Bookmark Bookmark a document to make it easy to find. Bookmarked docs can be found by tapping Bookmarks. IT WILL TAKE 30 minutes YOU WILL LEARN How to set up a Scrivener document YOU’LL NEED Scrivener for iOS Scrivener has been available as a Mac app for some time, and now Scrivener for iOS (£14.99) is available and it’s a great tool for long-form…