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.
Widgets are and always have been a marquee feature of Android. One of the benefits of having a tablet sized screen is access to widgets that can provide more information than those found on smart phones. If you’re the kind of person who’s on their tablet more than a traditional computer, widgets can help you access information…
This week’s App of the Week is Plume for Twitter. As the name might suggest, it is a Twitter client for both the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Tab 10.1. That means it will work on both Froyo/Gingerbread and Honeycomb.
With this app you can do everything you need to do on Twitter including checking your timeline, retweeting messages, and following the latest trends.
Lots of people are in lust with Windows Phone 7’s Metro UI because of how clean and smooth it is. Now through the magic of home screen replacement, you can run a Metro UI skin on your Galaxy Tab.
Battery Life was one of the first applications I installed on my Galaxy Tab. Well technically it is a widget, but it was still one of the first.
Check out why I found it to be so essential after the break.
If it has a flash on it, then it can become a makeshift flashlight. Android has dozens of apps that activate the devices flash and keeps it on to light up the way. The only problem is that the vast majority are not compatible with the Galaxy Tab.