Google has officially entered the tablet market with the release of the Google Nexus 7 Android Tablet. The Nexus 7 tablet is a seven inch tablet running Ice Cream Sandwich aka Android 4.0. The tablet sports a quad core processor. For a full break-down of the technical specs and how they compare with those of […]
Google Earth is one of my “must install apps” for Android tablets that are going to be used in schools. Today, Google Earth for Android received a major update in the form of 3D and aerial imagery. According to Google’s blog post, the update will allow you to navigate in 3D through Boulder, Boston, Santa […]
AnySend is a free Android app for quickly transferring files between Android devices. You can use the app to send files between your own devices or between your devices and those of others who have AnySend installed. To send a file between devices with AnySend all you have to do is select a name, select […]
Mind Map Memo is a free Android app that I recently installed on my Samsung Galaxy Tablet. This free app doesn’t do anything fancy like support embedded videos or audio files. It just provides a clean, simple interface for constructing webs or mind maps on your Android phone or tablet. To build a mind map […]
The Dolphin Browser for Android offers a slew of add-ons like voice browsing that can be useful for teachers and students. One add-on that I recently installed is Dolphin Screen Cut. Screen Cut allows you to capture all or part of your browser window. Use Screen Cut inÂ conjunctionÂ with an app like Skitch (Dolphin offers a […]
Parts of this post originally appeared on my other blog, FreeTech4Teachers.com. Google Keep is a great Android app for writing short notes and setting...
There are certainly many more solid apps available for Android tablets than there were a few years, yet there are still many times when someone will ask me if...