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What Are The First Apps Any Android User Should Install?

Mark over at Kotaku took the plunge and bought a Nexus 7 tablet on the weekend. Jolly good purchase, that. It’s a product we like a great deal, but already there’s a problem. This is Mark’s first Android device. He’s been iOS for as long as he’s had a smartphone and doesn’t know which apps he should be downloading. I told him that the Giz AU community would be more than happy to help out.
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