Must Have Android Apps for Tablets
Tablets are wonderful devices that can make life much easier. To unlock all hidden potential, it is a good idea to make sure that you are using application that are optimized for tablets. We have selected five useful apps to get you started.
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OfficeSuite is among the most popular office solutions available on Android. This apps has already been installed on more than 200 million devices in 205 countries all over the world.
Part of its success is an all-in-one approach that includes support for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF documents in a single application. Additional supported formats include RTF, TXT, LOG, CSV, EML, ZIP; Open Office – ODT, ODS and ODP – support (available as in-app purchase).
OfficeSuite 8 integrates various popular cloud sharing services like Box, DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive and SugarSync, as well as over email, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi Direct.
If you are serious about editing documents on your tablet then you should consider purchasing the premium version. It offers extra security features, an ability to convert PDF to Word, Excel, or ePub, QuickPDF Scanner, PhotoSuite, predictive keyboard, Microsoft Font Pack, and intelligent spell check.
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Trello is our app of choice for team management and organization. It essentially is a feature-rich whiteboard that lets you conveniently assign tasks, discuss important topics, upload photos and videos, and create checklists to keep track of things to do.
Trello is absolutely not limited to business and corporate environment and can be successfully used also by students and even whole families.
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With 100 million users around the world, Evernote is the standard for note taking no Android.
Evernote can do almost everything you might think about. Its main features include note taking, checklists, research management. You can easily organize web articles, documents, and pictures with the ability to share them with your friends and colleagues or continue your work offline.
While most users will be happy with the free version, Evernote Premium unlocks a wide range of useful features. These include offline access to your notes, more space, better search, PDF annotation, and unlimited business card scans.
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Spotify is a popular music streaming service that lets you listen to your favorite artists and albums or create personalized playlists with all of your favorites.
The smartphone client is limited to shuffle mode (unless you upgrade to premium plan), but this limitation is completely absent from the tablet version. You can play absolutely any song, at any time you want.
This makes Spotify an excellent choice for those who don’t want to sacrifice any storage space and would rather stream their music.
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One thing that tablets excel at is book reading. Their large screens are able to fit whole A4 documents and high resolution makes even small letters easy to read.
Moon+ Reader is hands down the best book reader for Android. It supports pub, pdf, mobi, chm, cbr, cbz, umd, fb2, txt, html, rar, zip, and OPDS. You can adjust the brightness by sliding your finger along the left edge of the screen, backup and restore you data to DropBox or Google Drive, highlight, annotate, bookmark, and customize almost everything you can think of.
If you also add the excellent Material design interface, you have an application that is hard to beat.