To access websites on your android tablet/phone you will need a web browser.
The Google chrome browser has been the default browser on Android since Android 4.0.
The chrome browser that comes with Android is the same as the desktop version. Continue reading
Google Maps has been popular web based application used on the desktop for route planning for a long time, and it was also the first free voice enabled SatNav App for Android.
However Google Maps requires an Internet connection to work.
This isn’t usually a problem on Mobile phones as mobile network coverage is widespread in most countries, but it is a problem with devices like tablets that don’t normally have a mobile internet connection. Continue reading
Most Android tablets and phones come with the Google Play Store App already installed.
If you have a Amazon Kindle fire it will come with the Amazon AppStore App already installed.
These Apps allow you to easily install,upgrade and manage Apps from the respective App stores. Continue reading
If you travel with your tablet and don’t have a 3G/4G capable device or a 3G/4G dongle then you are reliant on public WI-Fi connections known as public hotspots to connect to the Internet.
Many Phone users will often prefer to use public Wi-Fi hotspots to save on their Internet data allowance. Continue reading
Since the release of Android 4.2 Android tablets have included support for multiple users.
In 4.3 they also included another user option called restricted profiles.
And In Android v 5.0 they have also added a guest user option.
Before we look at how to setup multiple users we will look at why we might need them, and what the options do. Continue reading