Watching Movies On Ipad
The large screen of the iPad makes it suitable for watching movies. The other elements that work in favor of this iPad use are the high portability level of the Apple tablet and the long battery life that makes sure you will be able to use your iPad for entertainment purposes for quite a while on a full charge. Because of these elements, developers have felt the need to make sure that iPad owners have at their disposal multiple options usable for watching movies on their tablet.
A first option is made available by Apple via iTunes. If you are ok with paying money for the movies of your interest, than downloading them directly on your iPad from iTunes is one of the best solutions available because it’s extremely straightforward. Its only downside is caused by the reduced storage space available on an iPad, especially if you own the 16GB version. That means you will periodically have to transfer the movies of interest on a secondary storage support and delete them in order to make room for your new choices. If at the later time you want to make available on your tablet movies available on your computer, you will have to make sure that they are in H.264 and 720p.
Another option that gives you the chance to watch movies on your iPad is the Air Video app. I recommend this app to all those of you who already have available the movies of interest on your computer. With the help of this tool you will be able to watch movies on your iPad without risking the loss of all free storage space. The same can be said about the Netflix app. This app can be downloaded for free, but if you want to use it in order to stream movies and TV shows on your iPad, you will have to cover the subscription involved. The upside is that the variety of content made available is quite overwhelming.
If you aren’t interested in paying any subscription, you should also consider the YouTube app. By using this app you will be able to watch on your iPad all the TV shows and movies that have made it to YouTube. However, its recommended use is for watching music videos of your favorite artists and for making sure that you don’t lose any interview of your favorite celebrities.
I also recommend the HTML5 websites out there that make available video content. Such examples are Vimeo and Flickr and are excellent alternatives for avoiding the need to feel limited because of the iPad’s lack of Flash support. As more and more websites switch to HTML5 you will have more and more choices.
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