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Top 5 Tips for iPad Owners


1. Play DVD Movie on iPad

Unluckily, iPad is developed without physical DVD player which means iPad owners can't put and play DVD movies on iPad. It is really painfully that we can't watch DVD movies on iPad especially on trip. The best way I have found is ripping DVD to iPad video format with the help of DVD to iPad ripper.




2. Add Extra Apps to Your Tray

There are four apps in the iPad's Dock (the shelf along the bottom of the Home Screen) by default, but you can have up to six apps here for quick access. Press and hold any icon on the Home Screen until the icons start to wobble, then drag two more apps to your Dock.



3. Save Time Using Spotlight

Instead of wading hopelessly through your music library looking for that one song you want, or endlessly hacking through your Contacts. It's much quicker to make use of the Spotlight search - it can search both iPod and Contacts. Flick right on the Home screen to access Spotlight search, or press the Home button. It also works for launching apps.



4. Never Buy a Digital Photo Frame Again

You probably know that the iPad doubles as a digital picture frame. You can access this function by a few ways, but what's the easiest way? Here you can know it in the 5 iPad tips.


When you wake the iPad, look to the right of Slide to Unlock. see a flower? Click it. The slideshow will begin after a moment. Toggle the speed in Settings, and while you're at it, turn off "zoom in on faces".


5. Transfer Videos to iPad

Transfer videos to iPad is rather easy with iTunes. But, how to handle when iTunes pops up "video format is not supported". We have played around with iPad a bit and that found the most easy way is converting videos to iPad format like MP4, M4V. The program of iPad Video Converter works just alright.



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If you have an iPad, you must want to transfer videos to Apple iPad for watching especially when you are going for a trip. If your videos are in avi format, please convert avi file to iPad before adding videos to iPad via iTunes. If your have a classical DVD, you can rip DVD movies to iPad.You can also download movies from torrent sites and import torrent files to iTunes and iPad.