The first thing that comes to mind to a recently tablet owner is “what do I do with this?” It’s not only too big to be used as a phone (and surely you’ve already have one) , but also too small to replace your laptop. Anyway, welcome to the Tablet Week in Androidzoom.
The first use you’ll give to your new device is as a reader. Tablets have no reason to be envious of e-readers. As an example, you can download Kindle and feel how your tablet becomes an Amazon Reader with nearly all its features: long tap to look up a word, a hundred of newspapers and a huge online library. If you aren’t too keen on Amazon’s, there are several e-readers out there with the same features.
The other thing you should consider downloading is Google Docs. The idea of working from a tablet may seem odd at the beginning, but you’ll quickly get used to it. In fact, you can get on with a lot of work and prepare briefings, summaries and reviews while you’re on the go.
Once you’ve become aware of its many possibilities, it’s time to discover apps that boost your daily proficiency. Let’s assume you’re a Twitter fan. Would you like to manage all imaginable Twitter features and use the advantage of having a big screen at the same time?