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Have an Android phone but don't know what apps are worth downloading or purchasing? Android phones are excellent for those who love apps on a daily basis and want an easy way to play games, store information, and do other simple tasks with every unique app. Here are the top ten apps for any Android phone user ranging from games, entertainment to tools and devices:
If you are looking to buy a tablet, then certainly you have been overwhelmed with the amount of choices that you have today. It seems that every single technological company on the market today is mass-producing and introducing tablets as way to get their money from the massive tablet market. For years, the leader in the industry has of course been in the Apple iPod. The biggest down side to the Apple iPod, is of course - the price. 2011, was a huge year for tablets and some of the tablets introduced have not only faired well in side by side consumer comparison reports - but have also been a big hit with consumers looking to spend moderate money on a tablet. So, which are the best? Is it the iPod, the Kindle Fire or the Toshiba Android Tablet? (Or maybe none of those) The following is a list of the top five selling tables of 2011, and some of the key points that enabled them to be such a hot item. Remember, if you are in the market for a tablet - you should definitely keep your options open and come up with a definitive budget first and foremost, because prices vary by hundreds of dollars in the tablet market. 1. Toshiba Android Tablet. Toshiba introduced the Android 3.0 tablet and it rapidly became a big hit. Not only does it come with more than adequate resolution and software - it was designed to be the best tablet for movie and video watching today. This tablet is priced moderately, depending which version you get and is sure to please nearly anyone looking for an aesthetic and usable tablet operating system. This tablet has all the features of traditional tablets, including a camera, and reached extremely high sales numbers in 2011. 2. Samsung Galaxy. The Samsung Galaxy tablet has received a lot of buzz especially since it is the only tablet that is actually lighter than the iPad. This tablet runs on the Android market and has one of the best camera and video built in devices, which rivals that of Apple. For folks who are extremely interested in picture and video capability, this is likely the best tablet on the market today in that niche. 3. Motorola Xoom. One of the best things about the Motorola tablet is that is has dual core processor which makes it extremely fast and ensures that video streaming is seamless and quick. It has both 3G and Wi-Fi capabilities, and packs enough storage to keep you going for a long time. 4. HTC Flyer. What, never heard of the HTC Flyer. This is a great tablet for the price, especially for folks that don't need a lot of performance. Since it operates on an older Android system, it definitely won't be as fast or up to date as the Toshiba Android tablets, but is still a great product for the money. This is the perfect starter tablet. 5. Asus Eee Pad Transformer. One of the best features of this unique design is that it is the only tablet that comes preequipped with a detachable keyboard. Many consumers think that this tablet has the feel of a netbook rather than a tablet, which for many is preferred. While cheaper than many tablets on the market, it too runs on the new 3.0 Android operating system and comes with a 5-mega pixel camera. Picture quality is decent, and for most folks this tablet will do the trick, especially since it costs less than $250. All in all, there isn't just one winner when it comes to tablets. While the Toshiba Android tablet is certainly a front-runner and a great rival for iPad, your tablet decision will be based on many different things. Your best bet is to head to a store and try them all out, seeing which one fits the best in your hand and in your lifestyle.
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