Top 5 Alarm Clock Apps For iPad

Waking up is everyone’s first task of the day and it becomes tough to wake up at a fixed time each day without having a good alarm. You need an alarm that doesn’t shake you up from your sleep and make you feel dizzy and have a lazy day ahead, instead it should make the waking up process easier for you. Today, we bring you the best alarm clock Apps for iPad that will help you make a smooth transition from sleeping to waking up without much stress. Read More

How to Watch Your Favorite Old Movies on iPad

MP4 is one of the most common formats for recording both audio and video. It is supported and thus can be played by iPod, iPhone, Sony PSP, and many other devices. Also, the MP4 is great for backing up DVD movies, because it allows you to get a small file in which the video quality stays on top.

Today, almost all modern TVs support the option to connect USB devices to play photos and video from them, without the need to connect the old DVD player. Admit it, to play a file from a flash drive or an external hard drive is much more convenient! However, it’s not always possible for the TV to read all the video formats. So that’s where you might face some difficulties. For example, recently I had to watch a DVD, and I could not do it, because you can’t play DVD-video format from a TV, you can only use ordinary video formats, for example, MP4, AVI, 3GP, and others. Connecting a DVD is not an option; it may take too much time. And there is no guarantee that the disc will play fine. Read More

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Apple Launches The New iPad With Stylus Support For $329

Apple hosted its annual spring event at a high school in Chicago today, focussing on the education market which is largely dominated by Google and Microsoft. The main area of discussion revolved around the new 9.7 inch affordable iPad, where Tim Cook spoke about the importance of education and how Apple can help inspire children to get creative and learn with this power packed tablet. Read More

The New iPads Will Come With Facial Recognition, Launching Soon

iPadiPads are still very much popular and in the limelight, they are cool to own even though you can do pretty much everything on a Macbook. Good news is that the upcoming iPad and iPad Pro will support facial recognition and there are chances that the company may launch them during their spring event on March 27th.

There is a speculation that the new tablet won’t include an OLED screen, which provides more vivid colors and sharper clarity. The device would be similar to the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the Face Id would be useful for unlocking the device, making payments, and sending animated emojis. Read More