Android has always been capable of multitasking, but only being able to access one app at a time is very limiting. OverSkreen takes a cue from TouchWiz’s Mini Apps and lets you use a browser on top of other apps. You can even open up several instances of OverSkreen to have side by side browsers.
“Chameleon – A Better Home Screen for your Android Tablet” is a Kick Starter project that changes your homescreen depending on your location, time of day, and other factors. This home screen replacement will be available on the Google Play store in September if it earns enough from the backers on Kick Starter. If you pledge $5, then you will get it a month early in August. I presume that the app will cost at least $5 at launch too, so this could be a good way to go. Personally, I am going to wait until it is released on the Google Play Store.
If you have been jealous of ASUS tablet owners because of their nature live wallpaper and weather widget, then today is your lucky day. You can download both of these apps onto your tablet – download the wallpaper here and the widget here.
Flipboard for Android was announced alongside the Galaxy S III earlier this month. It was meant to be exclusive to the Galaxy S III for some time before being released to the Play Store. Somehow it got leaked before the Galaxy S III release. The leaked app has also received an update from version 0.7.8 to 1.8.4. The app was clearly designed for phones, but will work fine on a tablet.
CloudOn is an app that accesses the cloud version of Microsoft Office. It completely blows the competition out of the water. I have tried both Polaris Office and Quickoffice Pro HD and thought they were acceptable word processing apps, but now I will never go back. Not only is CloudOn better, it is free!