1. Make Notes on Your iPad
The Notes app makes it simple to write and store notes. Its interface takes the appearance of a leather book, storing notes in a sleeve. You can sync notes to your desktop, and apps such asEvernote enable you to store them in the cloud, so you can access them from any device.
2. EMail Friends and Family
[FONT=Arial]With the iPad, you’re never far from your email. Mail is perfect for email-related tasks, and includes every function you’d expect, such as the ability to send attachments, forward messages and view images. Mail supports POP, IMAP, Microsoft Exchange, MobileMe, Gmail, Yahoo, AOL and Hotmail, so anyone can quickly set up an account.
3. Surf The Internet With Safari
Browsing the web on the iPad is an amazing way to read the news, chat with friends and watch media. That’s because of the sheer rendering speed and ease of use of Safari, the iPad’s app for accessing the internet. Safari is a portable version of its desktop iteration, and supports the very latest web standards including HTML 5. As a result, you can access the web whenever and wherever on your iPad.
4. Print Wirelessly From Your iPad
Apple’s AirPrint technology automatically looks for printers on the same Wi-Fi network as your iPad. You’ll need a HP printer to take advantage of this, however (see AirPrint Compatible Printer for iPad). For those without a HP printer, third party apps like PrintCentral will help you, but these apps are not free.
5. Make iWork Docs
[COLOR=#444444]With Pages, it’s possible to format text and images, spell-check, email documents and print viaAirPrint. The Number app is the perfect way to create and edit spreadsheet, with more than 250 functions for crating formulas, calculations and more, and Keynote can create amazing presentations.
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