Listen to streaming music and use all apps, at same time.

Mdsimon80

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Aug 8, 2010
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How can you do multitasking on your iPad? One way is by Going to http://www.npr.org/music on safari. Find a station you like and listen. Close all windows except the window playing QuickTime. Close the safari browser once the music begins. Walla you can now use another browser like the atomic browser and listen and browse the web, or use any other app. NPR doesn't use flash so it seems to work. You all my already know about this if not try it out!
 

ajax43

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Jun 16, 2010
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How can you do multitasking on your iPad? One way is by Going to http://www.npr.org/music on safari. Find a station you like and listen. Close all windows except the window playing QuickTime. Close the safari browser once the music begins. Walla you can now use another browser like the atomic browser and listen and browse the web, or use any other app. NPR doesn't use flash so it seems to work. You all my already know about this if not try it out!
I am sorry...I really am...I usually let typos and grammar stuff go, I try, I really try, to not be a grammar Nazi, but to invoke Tom Laughlin in that American cinematic classic Billy Jack when I see walla in a post...I just go BEZERK!!! Dude, it is not walla..it is Voilà!!!! Sorry... you can now get back to your regularly scheduled reading.
 

bluedog3401

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Sep 4, 2008
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walla in a post...I just go BEZERK!!! Dude, it is not walla..it is Voilà!!!!
Bwaaah, haa, haa! You made my day.

I didn't even recognize what that was supposed to mean until your post. I just assumed it was such a bad typo that it was indecipherable.

To be fair, there are many people whose first language is not English.

Urban Dictionary has some interesting definitions:
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=walla
 

Rendus

macrumors newbie
Aug 10, 2010
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Bwaaah, haa, haa! You made my day.

I didn't even recognize what that was supposed to mean until your post. I just assumed it was such a bad typo that it was indecipherable.

To be fair, there are many people whose first language is not English.
And this excuses the misspelling and abuse of a non-English word how?
 
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