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Android is also a fairly easy to learn operating system, but it's not as polished as iOS, nor is it quite as easy to use.
Quite a few companies make tablets that run Google's Android OS, including Samsung, Sony, Lenovo, and many more. This gives shoppers a wide array of devices to choose from, with screen sizes ranging from 6 inches to 13 inches.
This OS a good choice for someone who is looking for a tablet to access the Web or their email on the road, and the release of Microsoft Office for Android tablets helped make it suitable for light business users
Google Nexus 2013: Making Your Android Tablet Work For You
Updated January 2015 for Android Kitkat 4.4.4
Congratulations! If you're looking at this book, you either own or are seriously thinking of buying a Google Nexus 2013 tablet, one of the most advanced and versatile Android tablets. The purpose of this book is to help you get the most out of your tablet by showing you how to do practical, everyday things and customize the screens and apps on your Nexus to suit the way you work or play.
Contents Using This Book Getting Started Extending the Nexus with Apps Securing Your Nexus Connecting to the Internet Finding Things Browsing the Web Keeping up with Social Networks Make Video Calls with Skype Checking Email Managing Contacts Listening to Music and Radio Playing Games Taking Pictures Watching Movies and TV Reading Books and Magazines Keeping up with the News Watching the Weather Finding Your Way with Maps and GPS Your Nexus Office Managing Files and Printing Customizing Your Nexus Finding Accessories Maximizing Battery Life Solving Problems
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Some Android tablets have 10-inch screens, others seven, some land somewhere in between and a handful even push the boundaries past 10 inches. There are big differences in battery life, processing power, RAM and price.
Introducing the Latest Addition to our tablet Collection, the PolaTab Octo Core 5.1.1 Lollipop Tablet. It's our best one yet.
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Android Tablets Guide: Step by step advice to get more from your Google Nexus and other Android tablets
Android tablets are hugely flexible, expandable via apps, we review more than 60 and even extra hardware. So we have made sure this guide includes all the information you need, illustrated with clear screenshots and step-by-step walkthroughs to help you get the most out of your tablet. With tips, in-depth guides and reviews to help you discover the world of Android tablets, we show you how to set up your tablet from scratch, introduce key features and learn about Googles latest tablet software: Android 4.3, also known as Jelly Bean. Whether you re thinking of buying, have already bought an Android tablet or are simply curious to know more, this is the guide for you.
Among the best Android devices are the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and the Asus MeMO Pad 8 (2014). Those looking for a very consumer oriented model should consider the Amazon Fire HD 7.
As Google continues to refine its mobile operating system, we're seeing a steady flow of high-quality Android tablets. That's a good thing, since they provide viable alternatives to the Apple iPad, which has dominated the tablet market since its first release in early 2010.
One of the major benefits of Android over the iPad is that, instead of a single hardware choice, you can access the OS on a number of tablets from various manufacturers, in different sizes, with varied designs.
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