So its great and sunny outside here in Georgia. Im sitting at my desk wondering what i could provide here for Tablet Apps. So as i was digging and researching i came across a great post written in 2012 by Dieter Bohn from The Verge. Check out more if his stuff and support him when you can. but he provided a very nice list here which you can check out. As i am always on the lookout for great content im all about quality and nothing else. Cheers!
Android phones used to be for the hyper-nerds, who happily sacrificed simplicity for customization, ease of use for sheer horsepower. But now you don’t have to trade – whether you just got a Nexus 4, a Galaxy S III, a One X+, or something else entirely, you’re using a phone that does everything you want and does it in style. But what to do with it? First you’ll download Facebook and Instagram, and get your Google setup nailed. Then go get Angry Birds Star Wars and Temple Run, sure. But what about when you want to get stuff done? Or when you find out you hate the default Android keyboard and browser? Or you run out of pigs to kill? Here’s where to go next.
Mint aggregates all of your bank account, credit card, debt, and investment accounts into a single screen. It’s owned by Intuit, so you can be relatively sure that your information is safe — and having all your finances in a single view is incredibly convenient. The free Mint app for Android takes all that and puts it on your phone, so you can quickly see where your money’s going, and how much you have left to spend.
Google’s Chrome browser on the desktop has become the default for tech-savvy users, and the same should be true on your Android phone. Chrome for Android syncs your bookmarks and even your open tabs with your desktop browser, and it offers a really slick interface and perfect page rendering. It’s only available on Android 4 and up, and in some cases it’s slightly slower than the stock “Browser” app most Android phones ship with — but those are small complaints.
Some of the most addictive mobile games can be a bit… mindless, but Amazing Alex is anything but. You’re tasked with creating Rube Goldberg machines that help Alex clean his room, or move that pesky pile of textbooks. It’s Rovio’s second game after Angry Birds, and it’s every bit as insanely engrossing — you’ll get your $0.99 worth.
Swype / Swiftkey
The stock keyboard on most Android phones isn’t all that great — but the openness of the platform means there are plenty of keyboard alternatives to help make your typing faster and more accurate. Choosing one can be difficult, but each is worth a shot. Swype lets you drag your finger across the keys to type, while SwiftKey offers better auto-correction and prediction. There are other keyboards out there, but these two are our favorites.
Despite Twitter’s recent change to limit third party clients, there are still some new ones out there that we really like. The latest is Falcon Pro, a $0.99 app that combines some nice design with easy access to all the Twitter features we care about — especially lists. Unfortunately it doesn’t offer push notifications like the official Twitter client, but a quick pull-to-refresh gets your timelines in front of you.
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