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Twitter apps are a dime a dozen. but Plume Premium is the best of the lot for tablets. Its multi-column display is perfect for the tablet screen in landscape yet it works equally well in portrait.
Plume supports all standard Twitter functions and augments them with features to make it easier to work with Twitter.
Plume Premium is $4.99 on the Google Play Store (there is a free version available with ads)
I use Evernote for my work and this app on Android tablets is magnificent. The graphical interface is well designed and the touch operation is nicely implemented.
Sadly, the Evernote app doesn't handle pen input; the app would be near perfect on the Galaxy Note tablets if so.
Tablets, especially smaller models, are perfect for reading ebooks and the Kindle app is a great way to do that. It syncs up with the Kindle library in the cloud to keep the content up-to-date.
The user library is displayed in a nice carousel format for finding the desired book.
Unlike the iOS version (due to Apple's restrictions) it is possible to shop for Kindle books right in the Android app. Book purchases immediately appear in the user library.