One very interesting point to consider, but very often overlooked is the ability to use applications full screen.
Unlike the iPad, Android tablets don’t have a ‘pixel doubling’ function to expand (by doubling the number of pixels) the application’s visuals to take full advantage of the larger tablet screen.
Luckily however some foresighted developers have already gone to great lengths to allow their games to run full screen, but how do you know which already have this feature and which don’t?
AndroidOS Tablets will help you that’s how!
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We are currently in the process of testing a wide variety of applications, ranging from games to productivity tools, to see which take advantage of the larger 7-8 and 10 inch screens found on Android tablets.
Once thoroughly tested and we’re happy that an application works well on a larger screen we’ll add details of it to our downloads section making it easy for you to know which will work correctly on your new Android tablet.
We’ll start with a popular one first:
Rovio’s Angry Birds (click on the link to view details)
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