Are you looking for an alternative to a traditional photo frame? Have you considered the fact that technology may be your best option? If you find yourself moving in this direction, you may want to learn more about using your iPad's picture frame mode. An iFrame can make it that much better!
An iPad picture frame may sound cool - and it is - but only if you know how to use the technology to your advantage. Lucky for you, in true Apple fashion, turning your tablet into a photo frame is asuper simple process.
If you aren't using your iPad as much as you would like, you might as well put it to good use as a picture frame. Getting started is as simple as tapping the picture icon that appears next to the "slide to unlock" prompt.
Tap this and you are almost done. All you have left todo is set your tablet in a stand or hang it on the wall and enjoy the picture slideshow.
By default, the picture frame mode will scroll throughall the photos stored on your device, moving from one to the next every three seconds.
If you want to customize your iPad picture frame, there are a few things you can do.
First you need to access the settings. You can do this by tapping the settings icon and then Picture Frame. If you want to shuffle the photos, ensuring that they are shown in random order, is simple to set up. The same holds true for the ability to zoom in on faces, which is always a nice idea since most photos are of loved ones.
The most exciting feature is perhaps the Origami transition. This feature allows your iPad to display more than one picture at a time up to four pictures at one time. Also, your tablet can automatically shuffle them when it is time to change.
Last, but certainly not least, is the option to choose which photos to display. Maybe this is a big deal to you, maybe it isn't. Either way, it is nice to have the option.
Turning your iPad into a picture frame is more exciting than it sounds. Once you mount your tablet and turn it on, it will immediately become the focal point of any room allowing you to share a little piece of your life with your visitors and friends and family.
It's easy to set up, so why not take the time to experiment with the iPad's picture frame mode the next chance you get. You won't be sorry.