Best android market apps for tablets

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Apple sold 15.4m iPads in the final quarter of 2011, but there is more to the market than one manufacturer and OS. Strategy Analytics estimates that 39% of the 26.8m tablets that shipped that quarter were running Google’s Android operating system.Yes, that’s shipments as opposed to sales: it’s anyone’s guess how many of those devices remain on shelves and in warehouses. Even so, more Android tablets are emerging, with some – Amazon’s Kindle Fire in the US and Samsung’s Galaxy Tabs elsewhere in the world – building some momentum.

One of the key selling points for Apple’s iPad is the more-than 140,000 native apps available for the device. Android devices have a way to go to catch up in terms of overall quantity, but the number of quality apps for Android tablets has been improving steadily.Hence this roundup, following our separate rundown of the 50 best iPad apps in September 2011. Shortly after that was published, we began gathering suggestions for inclusion in an Android follow-up, and have spent the months since then drawing up our own longlist of possibles.Some caveats. First, this is aimed more at people unboxing an Android tablet for the first time, so some of the suggestions may seem obvious to experienced owners. Second, any selection of this kind will be tinged by the personal preferences of the writer.In both cases, your criticisms and alternative suggestions are welcomed in the comments section. We have also opted against restricting the list to apps optimised for Honeycomb-only software, given the existence of a number of tablets running earlier versions of Android.A third caveat: Android being what it is, we can’t guarantee that all 50 apps will be available or run well on all the devices out there, particularly at the cheaper end of the market.Proceed with caution, but please do report back on your experiences with specific devices. On with the show.Hey the G Tablet isn’t supported by Android Market. I purchased the G Tablet and found out the hard way. I returned it and purchased a tablet with Honeycomb. I logged into Market with no issue. I downloaded with no issue. You will have to root the G Tablet, which voids your warranty, if you want to get access to Market. Most of the honeycomb and gingerbread roms out there that allow you market access have to be updated if market changes.If you in the market for a case for the Gtablet. I’m stuck with one and only had it 5 days.. Look online for articles on Gtablet and Android Market if you have had the unit for a whileK, so my question is, What? i am so new to this table thing i could scream, literally while pulling my hair out. we have 3 diff styles of android tabs that are Christams gifts, a Cruz, a Maylong, and two Pandigitals…needless to say i found out you cant hardly do anything with them. spoke to a CR at android who told me that these tab were not lisenced to use the android market or appsmarket…not happy. then got told if i open a gmail accnt i could load apps but it wants my cell number to send txt to-i dont have txting (strange i know) but still, and of course none of the tab double as phone-unless there is something i dont’t know about them-so it won’t let me load any apps that way either (plus i use and iPhone not an android phone) so if there is a sofeware i can download that will make these costly dust collectors load apps then please let me know! thank you very much in advance…oh and i am a bit tab-tarded so please, if you know what i can do, tell me like i suffer brain damamge so i can understand it. thank you

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