Knit is not designed or optimized to run on iPad devices, but if you do not have an iPhone, there are ways to make the system work. Our support team is happy to help you with issues, but here's one of the most common users experience:
Hiding Onscreen Keyboard on iPad
The iPads running iOS 6, the keyboard can cover areas of the screen that you need to access when setting up and using the Knit Sleep Assistant app. Hiding the keyboard is not a straightforward process, so here are some simple instructions:
- Open any app on your iPad in which you can input text, such as Safari or Notes.
- Bring up the keyboard by tapping in the area in that app that supports text, such as the address bar in Safari or a new note in Notes.
- Locate the "Keyboard" key on the bottom right corner of the virtual keyboard. (It has a graphic of a tiny keyboard.)
- Tap the Keyboard key once to hide the virtual keyboard.
- Tap in the text field again (or in some apps, in the lower right corner of the display to reopen the keyboard).
If you have continued issues with using Knit on your iPad, contact us for help.