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A year ago, I put together a list of 10 must-have Android apps. Since then, things have really changed. Not only has the Android platform evolved into a much more stable, reliable, and powerful platform, the apps have also grown.
My original list of essential apps remains unchanged. But other apps have now either improved or come to the surface -- and they certainly deserve a list of their own.
Note: You can read the full post in our 10 Things blog.
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If you use Google Docs a lot, you'll appreciate the tablet-friendly Google Docs app. It lets you collaborate with other Google Docs users; edit spreadsheets; view your documents; upload and convert files to the Google Docs format; take a photo (with your device) of printed text and convert it to a Google document; and easily share docs with your device's contacts.
If you use an Android tablet, you MUST buy and install Thumb Keyboard. Your typing will improve, and you'll be able to type longer and more comfortably. This is one of the first apps I install when testing or upon purchasing a new tablet.