There are many things an iPad can do itself and with all the apps available for this device. There is barely anything left untouched by this productive device when it comes to entertainment, productivity, leisure and functionality. Whatever you use your iPad for, chances are every now and then you want to close apps that you don’t need at the moment to save time, memory and battery of your iPad. With iOS’s multi-tasking card view this is pretty simple and all you need to do is:
- Double tap the Home button to launch the fast app switcher.
- Hold and move the card you want to close by dragging it off upwards.
- If you want to close upto three apps at once, just hold the apps with your fingers and close all of them by swiping upwards like you did before.
This procedure is very simple and helps you kill the apps in case they show some error or won’t respond. The same technique can be used to switch between the apps for swift multi-tasking, but instead of moving the apps up, all you need to do is tap on the card you want to work on.
We hope this short tutorial helped you to close Apps on iPad. If you have any problems or suggestions feel free to mention in the comments section.