If you have only used your Android device for simple tasks, you haven't even started tapping its full potential. It can also serve as a source of entertainment while on the go. Here are a couple of apps to get you started exploring your Android device's entertainment potential.
Do you love to read? Do you find yourself getting bored at times while out on the road or traveling and and wish you had a good book with you to read to help pass the time? If so, the Kindle for Android app can help. With the Kindle for Android app, you no longer have to worry about carrying around books when you want to read. After all, it's 2011 now, and e-books and e-readers seem to be the wave of the future.
Of course, the type of Android device you have and how good its display is will determine how enjoyable your reading experience with the Kindle app will be. Regardless, having over 775,000 books at your disposal via download is a definite plus. Despite the Kindle moniker, you won't have to purchase a Kindle e-reader to enjoy the app. It will work just fine on your Android device, and the app download is free.
As stated, Kindle for Android allows you to download and read hundreds of thousands of e-books on your Android device. You can also enjoy over 100 newspapers and magazines. If you have a Kindle and downloaded books in the past, they can be accessed via the Kindle app on your Android device. As you read, you can adjust the text size, zoom in on images, add bookmarks, and read in portrait or landscape mode. Turning the page is as simple as tapping your screen or performing a flick gesture. These are just some of the features Kindle for Android offers, and it's a great app to have for any reading fans.
Do you love your new Android device, but miss accessing your iTunes content? With the DoubleTwist AirSync app, you can now get all of your iTunes goodies onto your Android device without the need for wires. AirSync uses your home's Wi-Fi network to wirelessly sync your iTunes content to your Android smartphone or other device. That means that you can enjoy your iTunes playlists, videos, and photos on your Android device, to convert it into a mini entertainment center.
AirSync is easy to set up. You download the software to your Mac or PC, and then get the app for your Android device. Once finished, you set up AirSync on your device by following some simple on-screen instructions. In little time, you will be able to sync your content by dragging and dropping whatever it is you want to access. The full version of AirSync costs $4.99; it's a small price to pay for the luxury of enjoying your iTunes content on your Android smartphone or tablet.
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