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The holiday shopping season will likely prove that the two hottest tablets are the Nexus 7 and the iPad mini. These apps are must-haves for each of them.
Apps arriving this week are: TripView, Flickr, Google Maps, Dropbox, NSW Rego, Kogan Mobile, Haymarket Walking Tour, and Myki Panel.
This week's apps are: Gmail, Fantastical, ACCC Shopper, Snapseed, NHSD, Carsales, Flight Specials, and Nexus 4 Stock Alert.
The iPad may be a content consumption device but a lot of folks want to create content on the tablet. There is no Microsoft Office suite on the iPad (yet), but any one of these apps fill a lot of that void.
New apps from this week include: UN Calendar of Observances, Outlook, Sydney NYE App, Family History, Echofon for Twitter, iTranslate, Police Child ID, and Abbott Nutrition Product Guide.
This week's new apps include: Find a Lawyer, First Aid, Here Maps, Vic Hunting, Francis Bacon, Optus TV with Fetch, Quit for Two, and Great Koala Count.
The Nexus 7 from Google and the iPad mini from Apple are two of the hottest small tablets. Here are both of these capable tablets in a photo spread showing how they compare in size and with popular apps running.
We look at the apps for Xbox SmartGlass, My next car, Duolingo, AAMI Claim Assist, Amazon Cloud Drive Photos, Melbourne Zoo, Skype, and Nokia QR.
Sure, every iPad app works on the new iPad mini but these 13 have rapidly become my favorites. The light iPad mini is tailor-made for long sessions and these apps fill the time nicely. After publication I added another app (at no charge) that needed to make the list.
We look at the apps for Evernote, Cricket Live Australia, Salesforce Touch, OpenVPN Connect, Lookout, GnuCash, Jabber IM, and Red Rooster Jobs.
The iPad mini may have grabbed most of the 7-inch tablet headlines recently but Google's Nexus 7 is still going strong. These apps will help owners get the most out of the Nexus 7.
Google Search, Kayak, Telstra Now, Fotopedia, runtastic, Scanner Pro, Woolworths, and Melbourne Cup Review.
The Media Exploits 2012 event gives local startups a platform to exhibit innovations ranging from mobile advertising and online games to video streaming and analytics.
Emergency Aus, Express Plus, GoToMyPC, LivingSocial, Policelink, QR-WiFi Plugin, Splashtop 2, and ThrowMeApp.
Do a floorplan sketch, send out sales orders and proactively engage Web site users by using some of these Windows Phone apps, and be more efficient while on the move.