Alas, my Acer Iconia Tab A500 is beginning to show signs of age. When compared to my S3, the entire thing just seems so sluggish in comparison. It’s still usable, but its probably the next thing that’s due for an upgrade. With that being said, here’s a short list of features I want in my next tablet.
This week I’ve decided to feature two apps, but only because they serve a common purpose. Those of you who know me may be aware that I own both a Samsung Galaxy S3 and an Acer Iconia Tab A500. As a result, keeping these devices in sync is a major necessity, especially with games and eBooks.
I’m a big fan of Google Play Music. Even though I’m not in a supported region, with a little tinkering and a spare 10 minutes, you can get it working in any region. It’s especially useful on a tablet where you’re usually always connected to a Wi-Fi network. Even more useful is that it’s one of the few music player apps that works and looks great on a tablet. When coupled with the 20, 00 songs you can store in the cloud for free, Google Play Music was awesome enough to get Android Central’s pick for best music player.
Hey everyone, this is just a reminder that I’m be working on a tutorial on setting up Plex’s Media Server and connecting to the Android app. This time around it’ll be posted over on Tablified, but I can’t say when so just keep looking out for it. I’ll be sure to update this post whenever it’s published!