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Standard User OCdragon
(experienced) Fri 07-Dec-12 12:59:30
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Guide for Andriod tablet, s Apps. stores?


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Recently I bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet and found it very good compared to Apple, s IPad 2 in particular. However I also feel that the Samsung Tablet store is very limited in terms of choices of good Apps. Could anyone here could provide LINKS to those known Sites which do provide good Android Tablet, s Apps please?. Thanks

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Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Fri 07-Dec-12 14:54:17
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Re: Guide for Andriod tablet, s Apps. stores?


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http://www.appbrain.com/ perhaps - do you not get the Google Play Store app http://play.google.com/store ??

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(staff) Sat 08-Dec-12 12:57:01
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If you have an amazon account you can also install the amazon app store

Should also have the app store, got a galaxy tab 2 7" and it was on that, in addition to the usual Samsumg apps.

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Standard User OCdragon
(experienced) Sat 08-Dec-12 17:05:23
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Re: Guide for Andriod tablet, s Apps. stores?


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Sorry being late to reply! I have the Samsung App Icon, which is very limited, that came with my Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet. Beside, I also have the Play Store Icon as well. However if I looked into the contents of the Play Sore, it was by no means have more choices as I would like, in particularly comparing to the normal Andriod Apps for mobile. I am aware that the Andriod Apps are far more limited compared to its smartphone counterparts, but I wouldn't expect to have so limited in my Play Store provided. However your suggested "Play.google.com/store" and "Appbrain" seemed to have providing more choices after my initial searching. Thanks for that!!

Thank you, Andrew as well!!

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Edited by OCdragon (Sat 08-Dec-12 17:06:50)

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