If you are an average iPad user, then typing on your device can become a bit frustrating for you. Many average iPad users stated that the auto-correct feature in their iPad is the most annoying features on their device.
It is true that the auto correct feature can get on your nerves while typing a bigger text. However, if you are able to learn a few tips and tricks on how to type on your device, then we assure you that you will be able to type long text documents on your iPad with ease. Below are some excellent iPad typing tips that every iPad user should know.
Shake to Undo
The “Shake to Undo” feature is one of the most underrated features of your iPad and most users learn about this feature only when they accidently drop their tablets. This excellent feature allows you to undo the typing mistakes on your text messages by simply shaking your tablet. When you shake your tablet, the last entry you typed will be automatically deleted.
The primary purpose of creating contractions is to combine a couple of words and to make the text shorter. However, typing contractions on your iPad can be a little bit difficult for some users. So, if you are such a user, then type “hell” instead of he’ll because your auto correct will automatically add the apostrophe for your text and help you save a lot of your valuable time.
The Domain Shortcut
Safari is one of the most popular iPad browsers and millions of iPad users use it. So, if you are a person, who prefers to use Safari browser on your iPad, then you don’t have to type the “.com” domain with the URL. This is because a number of possible domains will appear on the screen of your iPad when you tap and hold the period key of your device. Simply, tap on “.edu” or “.com” to go to a webpage.
Adding Symbols and Currency
If you are visiting Europe on a business trip and if you want to type the cents symbol on a very important business message, then searching for the specific symbol on your iOS keyboard can be a bit irritating. However, you can effectively solve this problem by simply holding the $ sign on your iPad, because it will automatically bring up the sign of different currencies.