'i' lovers actually fall in love very deeply with their devices and it is obvious because of the unique aesthetics and features these devices offer. Today I will take you through 14 amazing and unknown things an iPad is capable of doing. Let's check them out. 1.Access your home computer and use it from anywhere in the world
We've been using and loving iTeleport ($19.99) as a means to access our computer at home while we're out with our iPad. Start and stop large downloads, email yourself files you need while you're mobile, or scare your family by playing music from an empty room.You'll come up with plenty of your own creative ways to use this app.
2. Remotely wake up your home computer
If you want to use the previously mentioned VNC software and your computer is set to go to sleep after a certain period of inactivity, you need to wake it up before remotely accessing it.
A number of apps support a protocol called "Wake On LAN." All this means is that they can push a signal from your router to your computer to wake it up. Then you can fire up your VNC app to take care of whatever you like.
3.Switch between apps with a special gesture
Instead of activating the multitasking bar and searching for a recently used app, you can make a four-finger swipe to the left or right to switch between your apps.
4. Get to the home screen without pressing the home button
Similar to the four-finger gesture for switching between apps, a four-finger "pinch" will immediately return you to the home screen. We're not sure, but it feels like our iPad is more responsive to this gesture than to pressing the home button.
5. A faster way to reveal the multitasking bar
Take four fingers and swipe them up — you have faster access to the multitasking bar than you would by double-tapping the home button.
6. Split the keyboard in half
Some people prefer the split keyboard arrangement for more ergonomic typing. To see if you want to use this layout instead, tap and hold the keyboard button in the bottom right and select the "Split" option from the menu that pops up.
7. When the keyboard is split, you have access to invisible keys
With a split keyboard, some people prefer to type characters on the opposite side with the opposing hand. For these users, Apple has included some invisible keys — check the picture to see what we mean.
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