There are numerous things that you can do with your iPad. However, if you are not yet well-versed with gestures and navigation then things can get a bit sticky. The swipes, gestures and button presses are convenient way of navigating through stuff easily. There is nothing complicated about it, the only thing that matters is that you should know how to use the gestures for better navigation.
Let us understand how to use gestures to navigate in your iPad:
Often, you are using one app but then want to switch to another, this does become a task if you are not aware of the gesture that you should be using.
Here is how you can do it:
•On the screen of your iPad you need to place your four fingers and swipe to right or left. This will help you slide your current app and reveal recently used apps. This gesture helps you move through apps quickly without having to manually move through slowly.
If you want to quit app and return to Home Screen from your iOS device then use five fingers on the screen and pinch. This gesture works the same way as pressing your Home button.
Another way of doing it is going to Settings->General-> Multitasking Gestures, to enable this option.
Using App Switcher
The best way to view all your apps is using the app switcher that gives thumbnail images of your recent apps. If you are wondering how to reveal the app switcher then you need not think more upon it, all you need to do is double-press on Home button to reveal it.
You can scroll between apps by a swipe to left or right. This way you can switch between recent and switch apps easily. For removing an app that shows up in the list you need to tap the thumbnail and flick upwards.
Another way of revealing app switcher is by using four fingers on the screen and swipe upwards. If you want to quit app switcher then use four fingers to swipe down and you will come out of it.
Press down your Home button for revealing Siri to instantly furnish voice commands and to ask questions. Remember to long press Home button for this purpose and when Siri appears in the centre screen just start speaking.
Revealing Control Centre
At times, when you are looking for controls you need to instantly fetch them. This is possible by revealing the Control Centre that can be done by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. You will be able to access options and settings including music settings, toggles, volume & brightness controls, sliders, playback and shortcuts for Camera apps and Timer.
Using these gestures and commands you will be easily able to navigate smoothly throughout apps and programs in your iPad.