Hands on Google Nexus 7 Part 3 Final
Now I have been using Google Nexus 7 for almost 2 weeks. My comment so far is that it is a nice tablet and should be greatly welcome by almost everybody in terms of functionality and price. Please don’t compare it with Apple iPad. If you want to see a comparison of these two devices, check out this review. Google Nexus 7 is already excellent on its own supported by many apps.
I always appreciate the provision of free apps from Google Play. These app developers have helped changing a simple device to a mobile computer. Of the free apps installed, there are some really nice ones. The following are some of my recommendations:
For creating documents:
Don’t forget there is no free lunch. You must check the fine prints of those terms and conditions before you accept and install. Your usage may be used for other purposes.
I think one of the apps needed to be improved is the video call quality in Skype. Previously I used it several times on my phone HTC Wildfire and the calls sounded terrible. Now I tested a bit of making video calls on my Google Nexus 7 and the video and audio are beyond satisfaction. You may say it has to do with bandwidth. But Skype and Viber have been working really fine on my iPhone. Do I have a better option on this Google Nexus 7?
Never mind. In the world of technology, there will always be a newer and brighter star. Don’t expect seeing the best app on a mobile tablet. Start searching for something else. You won’t win if you don’t begin.