I don't have my ipad yet but I will be getting it soon through my employer. One of my fellow employee asked me the other day how to underline text in her email on her ipad. I have a MacBook and just assumed that command U would underline text like it does in my regular email. It does not work. So is there a way in the mail program on ipad to underline and bold text or do I have to compose in another app and then copy and paste?
I've only had my 16GB iPad for a month. Don't get much time on it. I want to tether my Blackberry Bold to my iPad & also get suggestions on accessories (should I get a camera connect kit?). I have an Otterbox for protection with the screen protector & a cheap padded portfolio case to keep it safe.
I am trying to connect my Bberry 9700 to my iPad to each othe via Bluetooth. I get the 2 paired, but cannot get a connection. What am I doing wrong? Secondly, can I tether my Bberry 3G svc to my iPad via Bluetooth to get Internet on my wifi only iPad when I am in non wifi area?
I've started using Goodreader and love it, but I cannot figure out how to undo formatting, for instance when I accidentally underline the wrong word. All of the online pages refer to an undo button and show a left-pointing arrow, but I can't find a screen where the undo button appears. I can't find the button.
I've been using Text+ to send and receive free text messages almost a week now. I am so impressed that I decided to buy the ad free version. It works exactly like the free version but minus the ads.I love the interface. It looks similar to iChat or like the messaging app on my iPhone.And best of all you get FREE unlimited texts!
I've noticed that in web text entry forms you cannot arrow around within the text.I noticed this ironically enough on the apple site writing a review for the ipad case.Once the text got long enough there was no scroll bar to the right and no arrows on the keyboard to arrow down to text that was now below the text entry box cut off line.
All this hype about how the iPad will be great for students is bull.First there is no handwriting tech for taking notes and the other issue is the price of text books.looking at the prices at other e-books on the ibooks store it seems that they go for about the same price as new physical copy.Allot of students buy used copies of books for cheap, and the sell them when they no longer need to use them. If you can't buy them for cheaper or sell them off, the ibooks are gonna be way more expensive.
When I use foreign data sims in my iPad I often use prepaid carriers that require me to text a code to them to enable promos like unlimited Internet for 24 hours or a week, etc... I'm trying to find a SMS app for my iPad that sends texts from my number. My sim has a phone number and text plan that runs fine when in a phone I just would like to be able ti send and receive from my iPad.
when i want to re-edit a text in a forum form for example i can't scroll the text inside a form field if the text is longer than the field form space. i hope you understand my bad english!!!!!how can i scroll a long texte inside a form field?
Just got my 3G iPad and love it... with the exception of one thing. There is no text messaging app. I was expecting to be able to do the thing I do most (text via the iPhone) on my iPad!
Is there any application that allows me to receive and send the texts I normally get on my iPhone? I know they are two different devices and thus would need some syncing ability, but it is truly aggravating having to have your iphone besides you at all times to answer texts, when it would be so convenient to do so with the iPad right on your lap.
Information: 3.0 GHz Intel Duo MacBook Pro 17" Mac OS X (10.6.3) 8.0 Gigs of RAM
First, No I have desire to text while driving and playing with calendar etc while driving. There are a lot of risks and many people who are strongly opinioned about playing with devices while driving so let's stay off that subject in this thread.
That said, I see a great deal of opportunity here for both developers and consumers to have an iPad docked similar to how iPhones are docked in car for a variety of usefull purposes that require little user interaction.
Aside from the obvious GPS apps, I'm very interested to see what devs will come up with to replace or compliment the current functionality that most car mfg's provide in a cars main console.
Thoughts? Any particular apps you see possibly running on you car console while on the road? There's huge room for creativity here.