E Fun isn’t exactly a top-tier Android OEM, but their tablets are quickly becoming pretty commonplace at big box retailers (such as Walmart) and through various online shopping sites, offering up reasonably spec’d devices at pretty aggressive pricing. The OEM, best known for its Nextbook line, is now upping its game a little by introducing its first 2-in-1 Android tablet.
Convertible tablets that transform into laptops are nothing new in the Android world, with Asus being one of the best-known manufacturers of such hybrid devices. That said, most of these devices aren’t exactly ultra-affordable. The Nextbook Ares 11 aims to deliver a low-cost convertible experience [...]
When it comes to mobile gaming, an Android tablet is one of the best experiences on the market today. There are thousands of games available on the Google Play Store, tens of thousands even, ranging from card games and puzzles, through to ports of your favorite console games.
With so many great games to choose form, we have managed to put together our top 27 Android tablet games, ready for you to rock, roll, fire or think your way through.
This is an updated list, dated March 21, 2015, by Joe Hindy.
Previous games that graced this list included puzzle and strategy games like rymdkapsel and Breach & Clear, racing games like Real Racing 3 and Asphalt 8: [...]
In the world of casual gaming on a computer system, there are possibly no more popular games than the old Microsoft favorites, Solitaire and Freecell, historically found free on every Windows computer. The world of computing has shifted heavily toward mobile, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up card games.
Today, we will be looking into the best card games for Android Tablets, and not all of them are solitaire.
Name – Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Price – Free Our Rating – 9/10
The World of Warcraft and associated games have become huge names in the gaming industry. Now, the characters and creatures of the Warcraft [...]
Just a few hours ago, Android 5.1 became official, though it had been spotted running on Android One devices earlier this year. The new build includes three main features, multiple-SIM card support (a staple for many Asian devices), device protection, and HD voice calling along with bug fixes and the likes. While most of these features sound better suited to phones, a couple Nexus tablets are first up to the plate.
While there are no concrete details as to when the update will arrive OTA, Google has thankfully begun to post the factory images. Those who know what to do need only click on the link below, find their device, get their download on, and patch away. For those who [...]