I have a bunch of apps that I downloaded to my iPad and am finally able to sync to my computer (it was being fixed), but now, if I sync my iPad to my mac, it wants to delete all the apps I have bought and am currently using. iTunes wants to replace all my iPad apps with my iPhone apps.
Is there a way to back up all of my apps without having to sync and lose all my apps and data?
If I go to iTune Store and purchase a tv show or movie, can I save the program to my iPad or my computer to view at a later date? Or is it to be viewed while it streams to my iPad only and cannot be saved?
I live in the country and have satellite Internet service which is slow and I am also limited in bandwidth. I can receive unlimited bandwidth in the middle of the night and could schedule a download.
I have a 2nd generation itouch(32gb) which i have had for roughly 1 1/2 years or so and i just pre-ordered a new 64gb ipad 3g. I have a lot of apps and have invested a lot of play time in most of them and i was just wondering when i connect my itouch to my computer(itunes) does it transfer/save all this data onto my computer? or will i have to redo all my progress from scratch?
Can anyone recommend the best application to convert a Word or PDF doc to the proper format for inclusion on Apple's eBook store? I would also like to locate the best application to convert books to Kindle.
I've got ibooks and kindle on my ipad but i have a number of pdf's on my laptop. how do i transfer these over? yes you can e-mail them to yourself but surely theres a way of synching to itunes and adding pdfs and other files. all i can see you can add is music, video and photos? or epub books
So i have a barnes and noble gift card and i want to buy "Return to the Little Kingdom" as an ebook from barnes and noble and throw it onto iBooks for my iPad. Anyway of going about that? I'm pretty positive you can,
I want to purchase a book from the Kindle store. But I want to be able to read it on my iPad eBook app. If I download it directly to my iPad it will only show up through the Kindle app, which is not a good as the iPad eBook app IMHO. I would like to download it to my Mac.
I have downloaded an ebook with the epub format, transferred it in my iPad but it says this format cannot be read.epub is said to be the format for iPad.I need help please as I am just starting using iPad.
This certainly won't compete with the eBook reader market:1. No eink - the main selling point of most eReaders2. Battery life - 10 hours isn't a lot when you are reading War and Peace 3. Price - No competitive pricing on eBooks from Apple. Is anyone actually purchasing the iPad for the purpose of reading eBooks?
Using the ibooks app while reading a book and looking at an image,how can i make that image larger if you tap on it?Is there a code that i can put on the epub to make that possible if iPad supports it?
So i bought a book from amazon in kindle format since theres no drm or anything on there books. Im reading it on the kindle app for ipad but I was just curious if theres anyway I can get it on the ibooks app instead?
I decided I needed a stand for my iPad. But I refuse to spend more than ?10/?15 on one. On my day of work last week I thought I'd try my hand at making something quick so I could read an eBook better at my desk.Anyway, I got an old camera tripod that I bought from Poundland for, yep, you guessed it, ?1. Also a couple of pens and rubber bands that couldn't have cost me more than ?1 when I bought them forever ago. Anyway, this is how it turned out.
I have downloaded a book from the library that is DRM protected; it's an Adobe PDF book. Is there any iPad application available that can read this? My husband bought this iPad with the intention of buying books online and borrowing some from the library.
I want to get an iPad but want to enquire about what they are like for reading .pdf ebooks. ie I do a lot of Studying of Text Books that also provide a .pdf ebook and with an iPad I wouldnt need to carry all the big books around.
So my questions are :
1) How good / readable are .pdfs on the iPad? 2) Can you use any highlight features? 3) If you are browsing the web and want to download a .pdf can you do this or do you have to transfer via iTunes?
I'm considering an iPad when they're eventually released in the UK.
I'd be interested to know how you found it for lengthy reading? Any app, just want to know if the backlit screen did hurt peoples eyes after several hours or not?
I've got a Sony Reader (original PRS-501) and while the E-ink is great in bright light i do wish it had a backlight for reading in bed, which is where i do most of my reading.
I was never sure if the whole 'E-ink doesnt tire your eyes like LCD' line was just a marketing ploy or not. I do find reader apps on my iPhone tiring, but that may well be down to the screen size as much as anything.
I purchased an ebook that provided two zip files. One is a Windows exe file that I realize isn't compatible. The other is a Mac .app file that is Mac's equivalent of exe. I can't find any App that will allow me to view it on my iPad2.