Galaxy Tab Tricks to Remember
Part of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 For Dummies Cheat Sheet
You can get more done quickly on your Galaxy Tab if you know a few tricks. Here’s an assortment of handy time-saving tricks for you to keep in mind while you use, abuse, or excuse the Galaxy Tab:
Dictation! You can speak into the Galaxy Tab as an effective and quick alternative to using the onscreen keyboard.
Quickly switch between two or more programs by using the Recent Apps button found at the bottom left of the Home screen.
It’s often easier to read long web pages or eBooks by turning the Tab to a portrait (vertical) orientation.
Remember that you can add icons and widgets to the Home screen panels.
The Galaxy Tab can make phone calls, but you must install the proper app. For traditional phone calls, Skype is a good idea. You can use the Talk app for video chat.
Whenever possible, try to use the Galaxy Tab's Wi-Fi Internet connection to avoid incurring data usage charges.
Use the various Search commands to look for things on the Galaxy Tab, on the Internet, or in a specific app.