Sunday, February 10, 2013

How do i install android apps to my tablet without the market?

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The title says it all!How do i install android apps to my tablet without the market?

Hey forget about the android market

Try this app ââPandaapp for Androidï¼
100000 times way better than marketï¼â¦

I think you can find anything (games&apps) you want. ALL FOR FREE!

go to the download page and you can find everything you needï¼

And add the editor's facebook
you can talk anything about android.

And you can also go to their special page

I'm sure You will like it!!! Choose my answer then LOL.

How do I get android apps for the blackberry playbook?


I bought my playbook earlier this year for a good price. While the technology is outstanding, the extremely obvious drawback is there's not even 4 good apps. They all cost at least 5 dollars and I thought blackberry was goin to get the android apps anyways. Please help

the playbook is an amazing tablet
and android apps are being ported to it
open the blackberry app world on your playbook and search for android and you can see how many android apps have been ported to it
you can also do them manually if you dont like waiting
there are many online tutorials on how to do them manually
check this one for example
if you want more check this link out
hope i helped :)
i would also like you to email me at (its related to the playbook)

Are the apps for apple far superior to android apps in amount and quality?


I'm so impressed with the ipod and it's apps, but how do the android apps compare? Are there many free ones like apple apps.

Apple have more apps simply because they were on the market long. However, Android apps are quickly catching up and may surpass in the next few years.

What android apps should a taxi driver have?


I work in the Newport News/Virginia Beach area. What are the must_have android apps for taxi drivers in my area?

HopStop (Free)

Those of you who donât live in a city, this wonât be an app for you, but those of you in New York City or other cities full of complicated subway and bus routes, HopStop is one of our favorite services. The Android app ( works as well), but itâs the most accurate subway and bus navigation system weâve used. You do have to know the address of your location, but HopStop does a good job guiding you to more generic locations like an intersection, which some services struggle with. It also maps out how long it will take you to walk around, features a lot of flexible options to modify your route, and lets you save routes for the future and view them offline, which is helpful if youâre underground. Give it a try. (The tablet version is coming soon.)

Weather Channel (Free)

This is the weather app youâll find yourself checking before you even crack the blinds in the morning. Besides offering accurate current conditions with extreme detail down to wind speed, humidity and UV index, the Weather Channelâs app offers hourly and 10-day forecasts for planning ahead, plus advanced features like animated weather radar.

Google Voice (Free)

With Google Voice, you get a free number for receiving calls, sending texts, and even receive access to your voicemail and text messages over the Web. With the Android app, you can even keep your true mobile number private by making outgoing calls using your Google Voice number instead. Another handy feature is voicemail transcription, which automatically transcribes your voicemails to text so you can read them like e-mail.

iTriage Mobile Health (Free)

Created by doctors, this app is designed to give users quick and easy access to medical info as well as nearby treatment facilities. With just a few clicks, users can find the nearest medical facility based on need (emergency, urgent care, pharmacy, etc.) and quickly use built-in Google Maps to navigate to the destination. The app also features a symptom-checker, doctor directory, and information about diseases and procedures.

Opera Mini Web Browser (Free)

We loved the drastic speed boost from Opera Mini on the iPhone, and it delivers the same shot of adrenaline on Android. Opera greases the wheels of the Web using special servers that compress pages prior to sending them to your phone. Besides using less bandwidth, pages appear in a fraction of the time, which makes it the go-to browser when you need to know who won the World Series in 1964, the colors of the Estonian flag, or the population of Miami in a flash.

Pulse News (Free)

This free app is a great reader for those who like to get their daily dose of news or gossip on their Android device. Pulse lets users select up to 30 online sources to pull from, and then creates clean, magazine-like pages that feature thumbnail photos and headlines from each source. Most articles or blogs can be easily read within the app, and the sources update in a flash. Itâs the perfect substitute for your morning or evening Internet scan. Add sources like CNN, Gawker, Salon, Wet Paint, MSNBC, and Mashable.

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