The iPad is a wonderful and great tool to use. Though due to it's memory size, occasionally an issue may arise in high-powered apps that use lots of memory. The great news is that it is easily fixed, and you can get right back to using the app just the way you want to.
To keep all of your apps running smoothly, occasionally clear all of the programs you have running in background. What this means is that, even when you are not using that program, it is still using your iPad's memory that can be used for other programs.
1. Simply tap the round button on the side of the iPad
2. All of your programs running in the background
will be shown in a small window below.
3. Touch and hold one of them, and then they will all
start to wiggle.
4. Touch the (-) minus sign to stop them from running
in the background. Don't worry, you are not
deleting the programs, only stopping them from
using memory that other programs need to run
Time This! is a fantastic, one of a kind Visual Scheduler-Timer App. Though simple in design for the user, behind the scenes is a powerhouse set of programming tools fueling it.
Frequently asked questions.
Q: "I don't hear my alarm."
A: 1. The iPad has two volume settings - regular volume and volume for
alerts and notifications. Make sure that both alarms are up.
2. As stated above, occasionally you may have many programs running in
the background sapping memory you need for your programs to
run efficiently. Follow the steps above and free up memory. All of your
programs will run better - just typical maintenance for the iPad is all.
Q: "I just saved my pictures, but only half of them are showing; or they are not
A: 1. Again, don't worry. It is just the app's way of saying that it needs more
memory from the iPad. Simply exit the program, and then double tap the
side button on the iPad and stop Time This! from running. Restart the
program and you are ready to go - all of your pictures will now be where
they should be.