something in the air
Can you help with an AirDrop question? I’m teaching Spanish for charity and want to use my iPad mini 2 to play MP3 files to my students. I can do it if I export them to iTunes, but when I try to AirDrop them for use with the WavePad app they come into the iTunes U app, which allows me to play them but not with the flexibility I need. WavePad allows me to halt, enlarge and replay minute sections, which is what I need. Is there any way to force AirDrop to place them where I actually need them?
by david simpson
alex says… WavePad doesn’t appear to support what Apple calls inter-app communication to work with AirDrop. You’ll have to continue using the long route of iTunes, or substitute another app that has these capabilities.