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Asia Ladowska

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you want to read more, all you need to do is tap on that email, and it’ll open the Mail app and the email automatically for you to read and reply if you need to. As of right now, you can only see a total of four emails at a time, but hopefully, Apple will continue to update this widget on iPad so you can see more and do more. 2. Calendar Much like the Mail app, having the Calendar Widget on your iPad helps you stay on top of what you need to get done each day. Plus, it’ll give you a quick look at what the rest of the month looks like. There are many widget sizes for you to choose from, with the biggest showing you a list of all your appointments throughout the day and the upcoming days as well. Overall, it’s a widget app to use if you have trouble staying organized but still want to use your iPad for work. 1. Smart Stack Why would you want to limit yourself to just one widget when you can use Smart Stack instead! Smart Stack is Apple’s way of keeping your Home Screen clean while having all the information you need at your fingertips. This widget automatically rotates different widgets throughout the day so you can see the relevant information you’ll need. You can access your contacts, see your most recently played games, your favorite pictures, or your calendar events. It’s like a Swiss army knife for the important information your iPad thinks you’ll want to see. But you don’t have to wait for your iPad to rotate widgets for you. You can switch between widgets with just one swipe, too, making it the smartest Home Screen widget at the moment.

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