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Shelf Apps on the iPad

  • October 11, 2017
  • Blog

Working on an iPad with iOS 11 is now more mainstream than ever before. With the improved multi-tasking features and slide over you are able to handle several apps at once without issue. You can read a news article, take notes on it, and watch a video all at the same time.
Notes, Safari, and a video on the iPad in iOS 11

But there’s one problem you have with this new found productivity with the iPad: How do I save things to use in other apps?

Sure you can copy and paste text, or even use Drag and Drop to move things to their respective places, but what if you have several things you want to take from multiple apps and bring them to one singular app? Most people would say that you need to do it one by one in each app switching back and forth between them. However, with shelf apps you no longer have to worry about this.

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4 Things You Can Do with Your Old iPad

  • October 9, 2017
  • Blog

As we all know, it’s been some time since Apple pulled the plug on supporting the original iPad. With the last update it received being from the iOS 5 era, one would think that the original behemoth is nothing but…

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iPad Home Screen Experiments

  • September 25, 2017
  • Blog

With iOS 11 now released, many iPad users, including myself, are rethinking how we utilize our screen real estate. The reason for this is the new Dock in iOS 11 that allows for quick access to many apps (or folders) no matter what app we are in. We now have the ability to drag and drop these apps to use with multi-tasking. But with this incredible feature comes the question: what do we use our home screens for now? For me, the answer comes from another question: do you use a keyboard with your iPad or just your hands?

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Logitech iPad Pro Slim Combo Review – One Month Later

  • September 18, 2017
  • Blog

The iPad is my main computing device, I do all of my work on it, and I needed a case/keyboard that allowed me to do everything I needed without getting in the way, and for me the only option that seemed logical (no pun intended) was the Logitech Slim Comb; and after a solid month of using my iPad Pro 10.5” with the Logitech Slim Combo it is clear I made the right decision.

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