Sometimes plain text is just not enough. If you want to make your signature more personalized, including the ability to format the text, colors, and even add a picture, check out the infographic below, created by iBraves student Tommy B.
Here is a tutorial on setting the wallpaper for your lock screen.
View the tutorial below to set a passcode on your iPad.
by: A. Adler The Google classroom app allows students and teachers to have an electronic agenda on their iPad. Within the app it shows you what you have for homework and organizes everything that you have due the next day. It is also very helpful for students/teachers because you can post a worksheet and then the students can attach on Notability and… Read more »
by: P. Murphy Google Photos is used for one main thing. It is not school related, but it does help with downloading school apps, and giving off more space for your iPad. What this app does, is it uploads all of your Photos into different folders in which you can name. After it uploads all of your photos, it saves them for… Read more »
by A. Murphy Google Doc is a basic app that allows you to type up documents. There are many other features that can be used to edit your writing. The font and text size can be changed along with many other text options. The line spacing and alignment of paragraphs can be altered. Another thing that can be added in… Read more »
By: J Andrade Overview Notability, the app that might appeal to you or might not. This app contains the ability to give you organization options that fit you. There are dividers and subjects, this gives you the option to make your worksheets organized and easy to find. Notability attachments are easy to open up and share. The attachments are transferred… Read more »