It is a very distinctive and familiar sound to many at this point, the electronic clickity-clack of the keyboard on Apple’s iOS powered mobile devices, like your iPad. But what if you just don’t want to hear this noise anymore, how do you turn it off?
Continuing to walk through some of the basics of using your iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini or similar Apple devices, this, folks, is how you turn off the keyboard noise on your iOS tablet:
Head on into Settings on your device. Just look for the grey gear type icon in your app list.
Once inside Settings, scroll until you find Sounds in the left hand menu.
The Sounds menu will now pop up [...]
The Nexus 7 (2013) is still one of the best budget-friendly tablets currently available, despite its age. Apart from its unbeatable price tag, the promise of timely updates to the latest iterations of the Android OS is a big part of its allure. That said, as is the case with any smartphone or tablet, the Nexus 7 (2013) is not without its issues, and while quite of few have been fixed with software updates along the way, some still creep up from time to time. Today, we’ll be taking a look at some of the common problems faced by Nexus 7 (2013) users, and offer potential solutions on how to fix them.
Disclaimer: The Nexus 7 (2013) is a solid tablet, and it is very likely [...]
This post originally appeared on our sister site Android Authority.
Last week in our Android customization series we took a look at how to push Android notifications to your computer screen using one of our favorite productivity apps, Pushbullet. As an extra, we tossed in that Pushbullet will let you handle your SMS right from your PC, so we wanted to take a look at a few other apps that can do the same for you.
In this mini app shootout, we will look at how to use Airdroid, DeskSMS, MightyText, MySMS and PushBullet to send and receive SMS through your computer and even from your WiFi only Tablet.Before we get started
Today’s collection of apps [...]