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iPads & other tablets

iPads & other tablets

Having tablet troubles? We can help! We’re experts on every brand: Apple, Samsung, Windows and all the others! Let us help you be more connected with family and friends, more productive and more entertained.

New tablet setup & training

New tablet setup & training

Your local Geek will help you setup your new tablet and show you how to get the most out of it. There’s so much you can use it for: to send and receive emails, download and play music and movies, download and read eBooks, view and share photos with family and friends, keep an online calendar that will sync across other devices like your smartphone and/or your computer, etc.

Setting up your devices so that each syncs with the other is great because it means that you can access the same things on every device. Have you downloaded a song on your tablet but want to listen to it on your computer? No worries, it’ll be there! Did you put an appointment in your calendar using your smartphone? It’ll appear in your calendar on your computer too!

App suggestions

App suggestions

‘App’ is a term used to describe software applications that can be installed on your smartphone or tablet. There truly is one for almost anything these days. You may want us to help you install an app for a video streaming service like Netflix so that you can watch TV shows and movies on your iPad.

Tablet apps can help you stay organised and be more productive too. Having Dropbox installed on your tablet means that you’ll be able access any important files you’ve stored in that folder on your computer from your tablet, no matter where in the world you are!

 

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