2. Check Your Email

Use Mail to check your email. Mail is a built-in app that you can find in your iPad. It’s similar to Mail application for Mac.

This app lets you see your messages in entirely in a better new and fun ways.

Mail for iPad utilize the accelerometer feature of iPad, In landscape, it’s a split-screen view of a message and your inbox, so you can plow through email quickly. When you need to focus, turn iPad to portrait and one message fills the screen. And with a tap, you can see your inbox whenever you like.

You can keep all your email account either in separate inboxes or put all your accounts in one inbox and see all your messages at once. Mail works with the most popular providers, including MobileMe, Google Gmail, Microsoft Exchange, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, and AOL — along with most industry-standard IMAP and POP email systems.

Mail supports rich HTML, so images and photos appear right in the message. You can open a PDF, iWork, or Microsoft Office file in Mail. Save PDFs to iBooks and open them from the bookshelf. Save photos to your photo library and keep them in your collection. And print email from your iPad with AirPrint.*

It also can keep track of entire email conversations by grouping mail by thread — the original email and its many replies — under the most recent message. Need to hunt down a particular message? One flick brings up the search field so you can find it by subject, date, or recipient.

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Developer: Apple Inc
Requirements: iOS 4.2 + internet connection (Wi-Fi or 3G)
Price: FREE


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March 2011



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