Deals: VOXOA HD Wireless Stereo Headphones at More than 50% Off

Voxoa HD Wireless Stereo Headphones

Experience Auditory Nirvana w/ Premium Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones

Voxoa HD Wireless Stereo Headphones are our latest featured deal – at over 50% off. They’re on offer for just $69.99, down from $150.

Here’s the brief Intro and key features list for these great looking wireless headphones:

Critics are raving about the VOXOA Headphones’ CD-quality sound featuring 64 ohm speakers. With a foldable, compact design and clear HD voice audio for taking calls, VOXOA provides a top-of-the-line, wireless listening experience, no matter what’s on your playlist.

  • State-of-the-art speakers for airy highs, smooth midranges & full-bodied bass
  • Wireless streaming with Bluetooth 4.0
  • Embedded NFC for effortless pairing/connection
  • AAC decoder to play from iPhone, iPad, YouTube & more
  • AptX codecs for real-time, CD-quality streaming
  • HD voice, echo cancellation & microphone for hands-free calls
  • Long-lasting rechargeable battery
  • Ultra-comfortable design

Check out more details and place an order at this iPad Insight Deals page.

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iPad Art: A Portrayal of Their Love

iPad painting a Portrayal of Their Love

Our featured iPad painting this weekend is titled ‘A Portrayal of Their Love’. It’s the work of Woon Tien David Chong – and here is his brief description of his iPad finger painting:

A portrayal of their love.” An original iPad finger painting of Mr and Mrs Lee done with Procreate app. A tribute to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew, the founder of Singapore, and forever a source of inspiration to Singaporeans.

I like that this iPad painting feels full of love and happiness.

I’m ashamed to say I had not even heard of Lee Kuan Yew before seeing this painting. A quick read of just his Wikipedia page has taught me that he was a hugely impressive man. And that just makes this piece even more compelling.

To see more of Woon Tien David Chong’s excellent iPad paintings, check out his Facebook art page.

And of course if you’d like to see lots more beautiful iPad paintings from a number of superb iPad artists, then you need to take a look at our own iPad Art section.

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How to configure each of your app’s settings on your iPad at the same time


With iOS 8 we have more control over the settings of our apps then ever before.  Sometimes individual app settings are easy to find, and sometimes they are buried deep within the app, several layers in.  To find what you’re looking for, it could take you several tries, no to mention the time you spend researching on the internet.  It doesn’t have t be this way–not anymore.  Apple has actually made it rather simple to adjust settings for each app all in one place.

Start by opening the Settings App.  As you scroll down the side-bar menu on the left side of the page, you will eventually se a running list of all of your installed apps.  Opening/selecting any one of your apps from the side-bar will display all the settings that you can interact with and adjust.  Not all of your apps are going to display the same settings.  That’s because not all apps are capable of providing the same services.  As a result, there will be a wide variety of changes that you can make to each app.

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iPad App of the Week: Afterlight

 Who doesn’t like great iPad apps? At iPad Insight we definitely do. With that in mind, we offer up a quick review of an excellent iPad app, or a few great iPad apps, here each week.

Our weekly picks for Best iPad App of the Week are published here every Saturday. Check out all out picks below and you’ll soon have a collection of stellar apps for your favorite tablet.

This week’s pick is Afterlight…although I’m not really talking about the base app, but isn’t actually the app per se, but its excellent extension. Afterlight fulfills the promise of iOS 8 for me: the ability to use the Photos app for photo management, viewing, and editing.

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How to monitor and restrict cellular data usage on your iPad


If you have an iPad with cellular data/LTE capabilities it can be a real life saver at times.  I know I use my iPad as a personal hotspot more often then I ever thought I would.  Sometimes I just want to save my iPhone battery for the rest of the day.  Sometimes I might rather have that larger screen to view videos, or check email or surf the internet–or whatever else I’m in the mood for on any given day.  If you have a shared family data plan, like many of us do now-a-days, then the device you use to consume the data isn’t as big of a concern as it once was.

However, one thing I have noticed as of late, is that I have been using my iPad to tether to my computer much more often that I thought I was.  What’s even more concerning is that sometimes I’m tethering without even realizing it at first.   When I’m away from home, or working at my day job, I often have my laptop with me.  In addition, I never turn Wi-Fi off in the computer settings.  If I forget to turn my personal hot-spot off on my iPad my computer automatically connects and begins sharing the cellular connection.  I might not be aware of this at first since I am using the computer and not looking at the iPad.  Tethering is a great convenience.  However, in times like these I need to be more aware and sensible about how I use it.  If I’m not careful I will end up exceeding my monthly data limits and incur additional data charges.

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The Benefits Of Reading List On My iPad

   I used to be a really loyal Instapaper user because I loved the reading experience inside of the app. I still do,  and it’s still great, but I find myself slowly preferring Safari’s Reading List more. If you’re not familiar with Instapaper, it’s a read-later service for storing articles (like this one) for reading […]

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How to connect to and use your iPad as a personal hotspot

There are more and more free Wi-Fi hot spots available to us than ever before.  However, for the most part, coverage is generally spotty and/or intermittent on free public Wi-Fi networks.  In addition, there can be privacy concerns, not to mention overloaded networks that easily become more trouble than they’re worth in the first place. […]

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How to make and receive phone calls on your iPad

Now with Continuity on iOS 8 you can actually make and receive phone calls on your iPad.  Want to hear more? It’s actually pretty simple, and it can be very helpful and convenient for those times when you hear your iPhone ringing, but realize it is in the other room.  Maybe you can’t answer the […]

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Review: Belkin QODE Ultimate Pro for iPad Air 2

  I wouldn’t fault you for making fun of Belkin’s naming convention with the QODE Ultimate Pro keyboard case. After all, why does an “Ultimate” accessory need to also be described as “Pro”? In Belkin’s case, it’s actually because they already have a QODE Ultimate case, and so they added the Pro moniker to let […]

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