Got iPad? No? The iPad InfoManager here looks at some of the most recommended books for iPad owners … even those of us classified as “mature” … Here are the best tidbits …
* iPad for Seniors: Get Started Quickly with the User Friendly iPad
* A Newbies Guide to Using GarageBand For the iPad
* Make Music with Your iPad
* Your iPad 2 at Work
* iPad For Dummies
* Siri For Dummies
* My iPad 2
. . . and more
Make Music with Your iPad
Music recording and performance apps are some of the top grossing applications for iPad. Major label artists are making use of Apple’s iOS products and apps to make music and have even recorded complete albums on the iPad. Written by an experienced Apple and digital music journalist, this unique resource opens your eyes–and ears–to the amazing possibilities that the iPad offers as a musical creation device for both novices and professionals. You’ll sing a new tune when you learn the power and simplicity of using the iPad as a tool for creating professional-quality music.
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A Newbies Guide to Using GarageBand For the iPad
Even if you haven’t used GarageBand for iPad before, chances are you’ve heard a lot about it. When this iOS version of Apple’s popular GarageBand for Mac application debuted in 2011, rave reviews began rolling in, and Apple has improved its performance and added features since then. If you’ve ever used GarageBand for Mac, you’ll find yourself quite comfortable here — the two apps have a lot in common. If you haven’t, don’t worry — we cover everything you’ll need to know in this guide. But, either way, prepare yourself for a unique experience. That’s because of the unique touch interface of the iPad. Apple’s GarageBand for iPhone app features several great software instruments that you can play just by touching the screen. This makes the experience of playing a guitar, for instance, or a drum set very natural for anyone who’s ever played a musical instrument, and much more fun! Let Minute Help show you how!
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iPad for Seniors: Get Started Quickly with the User Friendly iPad
Getting the most out of the iPad is made easy with this thorough guide. These portable, multimedia devices have endless capabilities, and this book includes a quick reference, tips and tricks, and a troubleshooting guide, providing the basics for seniors who want to get started using their iPad. Each chapter is broken down into small, concise, step-by-step instructions that can be followed at any pace. The guide goes on to explain how to use the device to access the internet, write e-mails, jot down notes, maintain a calendar or agenda, view photos and videos, and listen to music. It also instructs how to use the App Store, where other interesting applications can be downloaded free of charge or for a small fee. With large-print type and an extensive index, this is the best resource for seniors looking to learn all about their iPad. This book is suitable for iPad 1, 2 and the new iPad (third generation) with iOS 5 or iOS 6!
Full story : iPad for Seniors: Computer Books for Seniors series
Your iPad 2 at Work
Got an iPad 2? Put it to work! If you’re a manager, entrepreneur, or professional — ‘a consultant, salesperson, or freelancer’ this book will make you more efficient, more effective, and more successful! It’s packed with easy, nontechnical business solutions you can use right now — each presented with quick, foolproof, full-color instructions. Securely connect your iPad 2 to your network; sync your email, contacts, calendar, Office documents, and smartphone; make the most of iPad 2’s latest productivity apps; capture up-to-the-minute news and financial data; even discover powerful specialized apps for your job and your industry.
Covers iPad 2 running iOS 5
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My iPad 2
The iPad is a unique and totally revolutionary device in many ways. The iPad is a tablet computer featuring multi-touch interaction with print, video, photo, and audio multimedia, internet browsing, and runs most iPhone OS apps. The device has an LED-backlit 9.7-inch (25 cm) color LCD display and uses a virtual keyboard for text input. The iPad like the iTouch uses a Multi-touch interface that enables users to easily control the device and type with their fingers. It also includes sensors that automatically re-orient the screen display to match the orientation of the iPad, such as switching to landscape view when the user rotates the iPad 90 degrees when watching video. All iPad models include the applications Music, iWork, Videos, Photos, iTunes, iBook (providing access to the Wi-Fi Music Store and book store), Safari, YouTube, Calendar, Contacts, Clock, Calculator, and Settings.
Full story : My iPad 2 — covers iOS 5 — 3rd Edition
iPad For Dummies
It’s ultra-thin, rich with functionality, packed with stunning graphics, and one of the hottest-selling devices on the planet. And if you want to get the very most from the latest iPad and iOS software, this is the book to have. Mac experts and veteran For Dummies authors Edward Baig and Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus walk you through the basics as you set up and explore the new iPad, master the multitouch interface, set up iTunes for your iPad, browse the web, find the latest apps in the App Store, synchronize with iCloud, play games, video chat, and yes, accessorize, accessorize, accessorize.
Full story : Bob LeVitus, Edward C. Baig : iPad For Dummies
Siri For Dummies
Love Siri or looking to learn to more about iPhone’s new virtual assistant? This book’s for you!
What could be cooler than asking your iPhone 4S questions and having it reply? This handy little book shows you all the cool things Siri can do for you, so you can get the most from your iPhone’s voice-activated personal assistant. Let Siri read you your messages, locate facts, direct you to the nearest sushi bar, and so much more!
Full story : Siri For Dummies [Paperback]Marc Saltzman (Author)
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