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The first thing I needed on the Nexus 7 was my passwords. I've standardized with SplashID on Windows, OS X, and iOS, so it was the ideal choice for Android.
The Android app is far from ideal. It's not as fully-featured as it is on other platforms, and the $9.99 price tag is a bit steep, but it got me going.
Undeterred by the recent intrusion into Evernote's servers, I installed the app onto my Nexus 7. I'm an Evernote premium member, and make a great deal of use of it.
This app allows me to keep all of my work in one place, and get easy access to it, no matter what device I'm on.
Yes, the Nexus 7's built-in on-screen keyboard is nice, but SwiftKey is light-years better. Not only does it have an uncanny ability to know what the word you're typing is, the gestural system allows you to type without lifting a finger off the screen.
It sounds complicated, but I assure you, it isn't, because if it was, I wouldn't be using it.