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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Chrizzl3, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. Chrizzl3

    Chrizzl3 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    What are your guys' favorite apps for the N10?

    My #1 is Tablet Talk.

    Others, in no order, are TED, Google currents, Light Flow, Need for speed most wanted, and dolphin browser.

    What are you're guys' must-have apps? I'm dying to find my next new favorite app!

    Any response is appreciated!

  2. Chrizzl3

    Chrizzl3 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Forgot Office Suite!
  3. tanware

    tanware Android Enthusiast

    Foxfi on my phone for a wifi tether to the Nexus 10.
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  4. Chrizzl3

    Chrizzl3 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Foxfi is decent, but I feel like WiFi is everywhere these days.

    Thx for the response! I hope I'm wrong and many people find that app useful!
  5. tanware

    tanware Android Enthusiast

    Yeah it is alot of places but for the stores I shop for food. this is where I can now tether. As for the browser I gave up on chrome and switched to Boat. There may be better ones but it alows text small enough for my liking.......
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  6. Bhelios

    Bhelios Well-Known Member

    Netflix, Taptu, xScope browser, Angry Birds Star Wars, Nun Attack, Battleheart, and Anomoly Warzone Earth (which if you haven't seen, is freakin' amazing looking! --- sort of a reverse tower game -- you are the attacker, not the defender)


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  7. Atma

    Atma Extreme Android User

  8. pbateman

    pbateman Lurker

    Google Currents
    I Heart Radio
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  9. dberthia

    dberthia Member

    News 360
    eWeather HD
    Tapatalk HD Beta
    AdAway (AdBlock Plus was causing constant wifi drops)
    gReader Pro
    Bacon Reader
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  10. kristalsoldier

    kristalsoldier Android Enthusiast

    ES File Explorer - very frequent use
    Expedia - just started exploring
    Evernote - very frequent use
    MX Player - very frequent use
    EZ PDF Reader (Premium version) - very frequent use
    Mantano Reader (Premium version) - very frequent use
    Ocean Browser - backup to Chrome
    Boat Browser - backup to Chrome
    Pocket - just started exploring
    Currents - very frequent use
    Skype - Very frequent use
    Dropbox - Very frequent use

    Edit: What I am looking for? A very good Office Suite. Hopefully, Microsoft will make Office for Android available in the near future and not a seriously crippled version at that!

    Edit: A few days back I also got Tapatalk HD - it is useful sometimes though I do like to visit the forums on the browser on the tab and my laptop.

    Edit: Discovered the virtues of FoxFi recently!
  11. kristalsoldier

    kristalsoldier Android Enthusiast

  12. jblaylock

    jblaylock Newbie

    I love Airdroid, it is amazing!
  13. jhonb

    jhonb Android Enthusiast

    I purchased an unlocked Gnex and put my ATT sim card into it. The phone had tethering build into it. Do the ones you get from the Phone companies have this disabled and they is why you use FoxFi or is Foxfi better?
  14. Atma

    Atma Extreme Android User

    Yep, AdAway and AdFree Android do work at stopping ads. It may not stop them in every app, but most that I have used.

    And Stickmount is worth rooting for. :D
  15. droidmaha

    droidmaha Newbie

    I've only had mine since Christmas, and haven't gotten a whole lot of time on it, but here are the apps I like so far:

    *Discovery News
    *The Island: Castaway (great for kids too)
    *Google Play's magazine app, which comes with the tablet, but it rocks - so much better than the kindle app

    On my phone I really liked The Lost City which probably would be great on the tablet, so I may revisit this later.
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  16. tanware

    tanware Android Enthusiast

    My provider, Verizon, disables making the phone a router unless you pay extra per month. I wouldn't mind as much if it also increased data but that is just the hotspot charge. I will rarely if ever require the hotspot from the phone but it is nice to have the option but again not at $20 per month. ............

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