All the iPad users want to make full use of their device, and save as many files as possible in the iPad. Most iPad users know how to sync files to iPad with iTunes, and how to export the photos and videos to computer with iPhoto. However, when it comes to storing files on iPad, such as the Word document or other files, some iPad users may have no good ideas on how to add files to iPad.
Part 1. Some Methods to Store Files on iPad
In fact, iPad users have several ways to store files on iPad, and they can use apps or software to make it possible. As is known, Microsoft has released its office kit app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, so the users can download the Office app, and then use iTunes to sync the Word, Excel or PowerPoint to iPad. With the Office app, iPad users are not only able to save Word documents, Excels and PowerPoint files on iPad, but also manage them with no efforts.
The cloud service apps can also be helpful for the users to store files on iPad. Besides iCloud, iPad users can also use Dropbox, Google Drive and so on to save files. Setting Dropbox as an example, iPad users are able to upload the files to the cloud, and then they can view them both on their iPad and computer. Dropbox is easy to use, and it offers 2GB for free. iPad users only need to install the app on their iPad and computers, and then drag and drop the files into the Dropbox folder, then they can view the files on their iPad.
If you have used an Apple product before, you’ll be familiar with the iPad. When you want to add files to iPad , you will need the help of iTunes. iTunes will help you sync music, movies and so on to iPad mini easily, and it allows you to go to iTunes Store to purchase the media files you want. If you want to sync music to iPad with iTunes, you only need to connect iPad to computer with USB cable and use iTunes to store files on iPhone.
After the synchronization, you’ll get the music files in your iPad. Before syncing with iTunes, the application will ask you whether you want to remove the contents on your iPad and sync with iTunes, that is to say, if you sync music to iPad with iTunes, you’ll lose the available songs in your iPad.
Part 2. How to Add Files to iPad with Leawo iTransfer
So you may not want to use iTunes to add files to iPad. At this moment, the iPad transfer software will provide you much help. Leawo iTransfer is a multifunctional iPad transfer program that enables users to transfer files among iOS devices, iTunes and computers. The following guidance will introduce how to add files to iPad in detail, and you can free download the software to have a try. The following guidance is taking iPad mini 4 as an example.
The iPad transfer software will start transferring files to iPad mini 4 immediately. When the transfer is finished, you’ll get the music files in your iPad mini without losing any other data.
Part 3. Transfer Files from Old iPad to New iPad
As a multifunctional and professional iPad transfer tool, Leawo iTransfer also allows users to transfer files from old iPad to new iPad, if you want to transfer files from old iPad to iPad mini 4 directly, Leawo iTransfer will help you finish the task easily. The following guidance will show you how to do that.
When the transfer is finished, the files will be transferred to iPad mini 4. Leawo iTransfer is helpful for various kinds of data transfers, for example, if you want to transfer pictures from iPad Pro to computer, you can take advantage of it.