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Scroll the inbox side of the client and there is a link to the desktop which will get you to the more familiar Gmail view.
Is there any way to get the normal desktop view on my iPad? You can force the simple HTML mode using https://mail.google.com/mail/h/ You used to be able to force Standard mode using http://mail.google.com/mail?nocheckbrowser, but this no long seems to work on iPad.
Yes, you can use POP and IMAP simultaneously.
For me LastPass is brilliant. It encrypts your passwords locally and only the master password hash is stored by LastPass. Their Premium version is available on the iPhone & iPad and costs only $1 a month. I would highly recommend it - or at least giving it a trial.
The best way I have found is to use the "Change Font Size" bookmarklet from lucidgreen.net (update: looks like this site is now gone, but the info is directly in this answer). Its a bit of a pain to setup, but once you do, it works great for google reader (and probably most websites) on ipad. You'll need to have safari installed on your windows/mac ...
It seems that that page is currently broken and only works on iPhones. It doesn't work on iPods or iPads. You should use one of Google's other interfaces for placing calls. There are several options: https://www.google.com/voice/m: The currently broken page that only works on the iPhone. This page looks the best on an iPad. However, not being able to ...
Different browsers. iCab or Atomic. Then just agree keep one browser for you and another for your girlfriend.
Without using any kind of API, from where you'll probably able to get the e-mail of your shared folders, you can check the e-mail from the web interface. Since there is no such thing as contact list here, you can do the following: Login to Dropbox.com Go to Sharing tab Enter any folder and click on Shared folder options button Once you're there click on ...
There isn't currently a way to access the condensed mode, other than hitting q Trello plans to have a card filtering UI, which includes the ability to show only cards assigned to you, or which have a specified combination of labels. This UI will be iPad friendly.
I can't tell for sure if you're using the Trello website or the the Trello iPhone app, though I'm assuming it's the web site, given the context. I recommend you use the app, however. It allows you to tap and drag cards left and right, to different lists, and that works well. Note that when you click on a card to open it, you can click on the list name, to ...
This was given by an anonymous user I tried all the suggestions you had, then just today I found the following link in a thread where people were having the same problem with a blackberry. If you login to the gmail account and then go to the following url it seems to reset app. Hopefully it will work for you too. https://mail.google.com/mail/h/ Here is ...
You could also use an app like GV Mobile +, which, even though it's for iPhone, works just fine on the iPad.
Confluence from Atlassian looks good (and more importantly works really well) on all popular browsers including Safari on iPhone and iPad. NIC Labs have Mini Confluence Enterprise Engine (MCEE) native iOS app which integrates with a server plug-in that you need to buy separately. There's also the Dash for Confluence iOS app from 3boxed Software, which is a ...
If you are looking for a webapp, take a look at here: http://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/1866/recommendation-for-a-web-app-to-track-time-like-a-time-clock-at-work
Netvibes has an iPad specific version of their web application or "web dashboard" and they are looking to get users to try it out. You can read the details (and potentially sign up) here. The nice thing is that there is no special code needed, you just can log in with your existing account to the special version here. I've been a long time Netvibes user and ...
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