I'm trying to display a series of full screen images in a UITableView (because I want to allow the user to be able to swipe through several at a time, and I want them to have that springy bounce). I have a table set up (in landscape view) with full-screen size cells (480x320), and I'm loading the cells with images from an array. So far so good. The problem is that I want the full-screen size cells to line up with the window when the TableView comes to a stop. The default seems to be that the TableView stops where it will, with no regard for the window or view coordinates, I suppose on the assumption that the cells will always be considerably smaller than the window. Is there a way to make it coast to a stop so the full-screen sized cells line up with the window (or even have it adjust its position after stopping)? I looked into using a UIScrollView with pagingEnabled to accomplish the same thing, but this seems to be limited to scrolling one page at a time. All of the examples I've seen seem limited to a single page per swipe. Maybe there a way to let a UIScrollView scroll through multiple pages with a single fast swipe? I'm trying to adapt a UITableView specifically to get that behavior. I want to let the user move past several images at a time with a fast swipe, or page through them individually with slower motions.