Let's do a Roll call on a list of good apps for tablets.

Discussion in 'Acer Iconia Tab A500 Forum' started by LegendaryGamer, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. LegendaryGamer

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    It would be nice to add a list of great apps that work well on our Acer Iconia A500.

    Games = Stupid Zombies,Angry Birds, and Cordy..........

    Apps = Pulse,Weather Bug,AVG Virus Pro,News 360..........


    What are your choices guys?
     
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    I Like (Samba filesharing server for Android) Your Android device becomes visible to other Windows (& SMB compatible) computers on your network.
    The 'external' storage in your Android device is accessible as a network shared folderand you can copy files and folders to and from your Android device using drag and drop.

    You do need root and superuser app to run this though .
     
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    Appstack. Well worth .99 cents. Really makes your pages look great and organized.

    Sent from my A500 using Android Tablet Forum
     
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    I couldn't get Cordy to do anything, and didn't get into Stupid Zombies. But Tank Hero is fun, if a bit intense--it's hard to play on the subway.

    FB Reader for reading. ES File Explorer for organizing. Dropbox, of course. And Readitlater--love it! It saves web pages offline in both text and webpage format, and it lets me close some of those tabs I've had open for the past year on my desktop.
     

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