Check out these 10 apps for the new Google Nexus 7.
Developed by TouchType Ltd., Swiftkey 3 is able to understand not just patterns in your typing, but also how words work together. Swiftkey can continue to learn from SMS, your email and even social media accounts (if enabled), so it gets better at making predictions as you type. You can download Swiftkey from the Google Play Store here.
Ever come across an article that you wanted to read but you just didn’t have the time right then and there? Pocket lets you save articles and other content on the web. This way you can read it later! You can download Pocket from the Google Play Store here.
With 50 million users, Evernote is the best note taking app. The app has everything you need like being able to organize information from notebooks and sharing them with others. Android users can also use an automated transcription service that will turn speech into text. Evernote’s free service offers 60MB per month, if you’re looking for more storage space, a premium version with 16GB for uploads will cost you $45 annually. You can download Evernote from the Google Play Store here.
4. Adobe Photoshop Express
Photoshop Express is Adobe’s free photo-editing app for Android. Easily crop, adjust color, rotate images, and choose from a selection of artistic effects to make your photo stand out. You can download Adobe Photoshop Express from the Google Play Store here.
5. Avast Mobile Security & Antivirus
Mobile Security & Antivirus is a security app developed by AVAST Software. Keep your new Google Nexus 7 tablet safe from viruses, malware, and spyware. Locate your lost tablet until you find it, or wipe the memory to keep your private data safe. Easily scan installed apps and memory card content upon first use, and schedule automatic scans when you’re asleep. You can download Mobile Security & Antivirus from the Google Play Store here.
6. Easy Battery Saver
If you’re looking for an app that will help extend the battery life of your Google Nexus 7, you might want to try Easy Battery Saver. Choose from four power-saving options including General Saving Mode, Super Power Saving Mode, Advanced Customized Mode and Normal Mode. Just select one of them, and your battery problems will go away. Easy Battery Saver is user friendly and simple to operate. You can download Easy Battery Saver from the Google Play Store here.
7. Bad Piggies HD
Bad Piggies is a spin-off from the mega-hit Angry Birds, this time around you’re a green pig that builds vehicles to steal the birds’ eggs. If you’re looking to kill time, start playing this app. You can download the Bad Piggies app from Google Play store here.
Feedly is a great way to read the news from all of your favorite sites, rss feeds, and YouTube channels. Browse the latest headlines in tech, news, business, gaming, photography, YouTube, and cooking. Easily save articles on your iPhone and share them with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or LinkedIn. You can download Feedly from the Google Play Store here.
With Chrome web browser for Android, users can browse fast on their Android phone and tablet. Quickly search and choose from results that appear as you type. Sync your open tabs and bookmarks and read them on the go. If you’re concerned about privacy, you can easily browse privately in Incognito mode. You can download Chrome web browser from the Google Play Store here.
10. Plume for Twitter
If you’re looking for a Twitter client for your new Google Nexus 7, you should take a look at Plume for Android. If you’re familiar with Tweetdeck, Plume’s layout is similar. Users can add multiple accounts, add columns, and can choose where they want notifications to appear. Other features include being able to mute Tweets that contain certain words or phrases. You can download Plume for Android from the Google Play Store here.
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