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Google Nexus 10 review

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Google Nexus 9 review

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Wendell said: httpwwwtablifiedcom is a great resource to find tablet-optimized Android apps

Shannon Bradford said: Thank you for pointing that out Youre absolutely right Almost all of these reviews say the same thing about lack of apps but fail to point out this very important point

PaulL said: Will it be possible to expand memory via microUSB I am Not a tecchy

VOICEOFREASON said: Yikes sorry for the horrible grammar im on a phone

VOICEOFREASON said: I like the review and it is very informative but I would like to touch on one thing Android doesnt need tablet specific apps Part of the code is that is can change to different resolutions The ipad retina needed different apps adjusted for the resolution and the existing apps looked blurry on the ipad because they werent properly adjusted for that resolution This is were the nexus really has the upper hand because all the major majority of apps will look clear on it and there wont need to be specific versions like IOS It will really be great

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