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Having tried many Twitter apps for Android, Plume is the one that keeps getting used. It makes great use of the big tablet screen with multiple columns, and has a lot of features that make it easy to do all common Twitter tasks.
Plume is customizable to make the display look exactly the way the user prefers. It comes with an assortment of widgets for the home screen.
Plume- Free (ad supported), $5.59 ad-free
The browsers in Android are pretty good, but Google Chrome beta is as good as any desktop browser. It syncs with the Chrome browser on the desktop, and supports almost all desktop functions except extensions.
Web pages load extremely fast, and Chrome desktop users will appreciate the syncing of bookmarks. You can also see all web pages open on other devices and go straight to them with a tap on the screen.
You must be running Ice Cream Sandwich to use Chrome beta. It is expected to be the default Android browser in the next version of Android, Jelly Bean.
Chrome beta- Free
You don't need a Kindle Fire to get a good experience using Kindle books, as the Kindle app is very good. Full access to the online Kindle library is provided in the app, and shopping for ebooks as well.
The app works equally well in portrait and landscape orientation, with two page viewing supported in the latter.