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13.Even more reading appsThe Nexus 7 is an ideal size to use as a reading device -- and not just for ebooks. If you want to read saved articles, get Pocket. To access your news feeds there is Google Reader, and if you like your news to be more curated, then try Flipboard or Google Currents. 14.Social networksWhether you want to keep track of what your friends are doing, or share all the great content you're discovering with your Nexus 7, you'll need social networking apps. Google Plus comes pre-installed, but if you want to use the other social networks, then grab Twitter, Facebook, TweetDeck or TweakDeck.

15.Use Google Music, palm trees xiv / chiang mai, thailand iphone case The built-in Android music app is Play Music, Not only can it play music stored on your device, it can also stream tunes you've stored in the cloud, Visit the Google Music help page to find out how to upload tracks from your computer (PC/Mac/Linux) to your Google account, 16.Alternative video playersThe Play Movies application has relatively poor support for the range of video formats you may already have in your collection, To view content you already own, there are third-party players out there that can turn your Nexus 7 into a great little video player: VPlayer, DicePlayer, MX Player and also the official Plex app..

17.Sync with your desktop. Unlike earlier Android devices, the Nexus 7 will not appear as a USB mass storage device. Instead, it appears as a 'Media Transfer Protocol' (MTP) device. Windows has native support for this and most music applications on Linux support this protocol too. If you use a Mac, you'll need the Android MTP agent. Windows users can use Windows Media Player to detect their Nexus 7 and transfer music, though many third-party apps support this as well. 18.Turn the Nexus 7 into a DLNA serverOne criticism levelled against the Nexus 7 is that it does not have an HDMI port for playing content on a TV set. One way around this, if you have a DLNA-compatible TV, is to install a DLNA server application (such as BubbleUPnP). Then you can use your TV to wirelessly browse and view all of the content you've stored on your Nexus 7.

19.USB keyboard and host cableYou can use the Nexus 7 as a work tool, If palm trees xiv / chiang mai, thailand iphone case you can find a USB host cable (that is, a micro-USB to female type-A adaptor, also known as USB OTG), the Nexus 7 will allow you to plug in an ordinary keyboard, 20.Bluetooth keyboardIf you prefer a wireless solution, the Nexus 7 supports Bluetooth input devices, and so any Bluetooth keyboard will work with this tablet too, 21.A tablet stand, Unless you buy a keyboard that will also hold the tablet in an angled position, you'll need something to prop it up while typing, or even watching videos, There are plenty of inexpensive iPad stands on eBay that will work perfectly with the Nexus 7, I use one of these..

22.CasesIf you intend to carry your Nexus 7 around, you need something to protect it. While it's still early days for the accessory market, you can already find a range of items, from foam pouches to leather folio cases. If you need to work on the move, you might want to wait for the release of the official Bluetooth keyboard case though. Another handy tool to help you work quickly on your tablet is a capacitive stylus. While using a finger is simple and visceral, a stylus can give you a little more speed and precision if you have a lot of work to do.