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I use tablets mainly to read. Got tired of iPad 3 (weighs a ton) and some users here convinced me to give the Nexus 7 a try.

So far I'm very pleased! This thing feels like a feather, and Android, for the first time for me, runs like butter.

Also Matano Reader is finally up to quality compared to Good reader. Cant ask for much more. Any app recomendations?
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Love your review but sorry, no recommendations. :/

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Apps i have currently on my Nexus 7 are -

TuneIn Radio
ComicRack
Kindle App
Imdb
Netflix
Friendcaster (Facebook)
Plume (Twitter App)
Flipboard
Evernote
Box
Skype
Xbox Smartglass (needs to be side loaded, wont install from market)
Amazon Appstore (just for the free daily apps)

I recommend them all :)

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Kindle is a must if you read books.

My main apps are Pocket, Feedly, SkyDrive, Box.net, OneNote Mobile, Patterns (which I just tested, is great for wallpapers), Tweet Lanes (great Twitter client, lacks push notifications at this time, but is not important for me atm), Tweedle is another good Twitter client, TuneIn Radio, Pinterest, Fancy....

The Nexus 7 is a great tablet. I use it mostly for reading books but the performance and responsiveness of Android with Jelly Bean's Project Butter is great.

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Apps I currently have on my 7-inch Flyer and I highly recommend:

MXPlayer
Kindle
Pocket
Chameleon Launcher
Sketchbook Pro
Reader HD
Quill
Evernote
Papyrus
IMDB
Issuu

Do share some of you discover! :)

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I agree, Kindle is a must. I also use MXPlayer, Evernote, and IMDB. Plus I like the Dolphin browser because of all the addons that it has.

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Temple Run
Angry Birds
Kaspersky Tablet Security
[color=#282828]MXPlayer[/color]
[color=#282828]Google reader[/color]

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Try buying the latest Humble Bundle as it's also available for Android.

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If you like to play games and also have a PS3 I would recommend getting the [url="http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dancingpixelstudios.sixaxiscontroller&hl=en"]Six Axis[/url] app. Made playing GTA3 so much better!

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I am new to Android too and also bought a nexus 7 and love it as much as you do. I find myself using it all the time and not my iPad. I got all the standard apps that I need like Bank of America, Facebook, and a bunch others. I also bought some games which run VERY good on the Nexus. I'd like to see an essentials list as all.

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Same here had my 32gb a few weeks and I love this device! So clean, simple and intuative.

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[quote name='Taras Litowczuk' timestamp='1353056433' post='595324336']
If you like to play games and also have a PS3 I would recommend getting the [url="http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dancingpixelstudios.sixaxiscontroller&hl=en"]Six Axis[/url] app. Made playing GTA3 so much better!
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Omg are you kidding me, are you saying I can use my nexus as a controller for my ps3?

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You can use ps3 controller to play games on the Nexus with that app

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