Wednesday, May 11, 2011

What Are You Doing with Your iPad?

Long before I held this new iPad in my hot little hands I knew it had the potential to be more than a media device. With so many apps available I dreamed of the ways I would utilize it as an Artist and Bead Designer.

I had a lot of practice experimenting and playing with different apps on my iPod Touch. At times it was difficult manipulating that tiny screen but I did it!

I am now free to roam around the country and sell my patterns online from my iPad.
I am no longer tied to a computer desk checking emails, watching Etsy and sending out PDF files with a click of a mouse. I can do it anywhere with just a touch of the screen from my iPad.

You to can run your business from your iPad with iBook. (free app)
1. Mail your PDF to your iPad.
2. Open and save the file in iBooks.
3. You can now email the PDF file from iBooks.

Piece of cake!

If you purchase patterns online save them to iBooks for easy viewing.
I love this digital age and modern technology.


Pixiloo said...

I've found the dropbox app to be helpful also. You save the purchased patterns to the dropbox folder on your computer, and you can open the files in the dropbox app on the ipad. You can save the files to ibooks from dropbox.

Beverly Herman said...

Thanks, I got the dropbox app but haven't done much with it yet. I will have to check them out and see how they work together.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am using it for learning japanese. No photos, no music, just web and japanese pdf books, anki and note plus.