How to use fancy gestures on the iPad (and why you should) — Apple News, Tips and Reviews
Apple added 4- and 5-finger gestures last October, but the features don't seem commonly used. After two weeks with my new iPad, however, I'm suddenly taking advantage of these gestures and they make the iPad experience even better. Here's a quick list of these useful gestures.
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