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15 Best Android Apps For Tablets From The Last 6 Weeks (5/18/12 - 7/4/12)

Welcome to the weekly roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Market or were spotted by us in the previous 6 weeks or so.

This edition focuses only on new tablet apps or ones that added tablet support. Regular apps and games are coming soon.

Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the AppBrain widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.
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[App Roundup] Our Top Five Favorite New Apps To Check Out From June 2012

What would be another month without another quick roundup of our top five favorite apps? For those just joining us, our monthly "top five" roundups are meant as a quick primer for those who don't have time to wade through the dozens upon dozens of awesome apps we've looked at in the course of the past four weeks. We've selected the cream of the crop, and taken a quick look at five of our favorite apps from June 2012.

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[Updated: Here Is The Winner!] Giveaway: Win An Awesome Recon Instruments Mod Live + Briko Alpine Goggles

Today's a good day to give things away. We're already giving away a couple Nexus 7s, and now we have something for all your ski/snowboard/other snow sport junkies out there: Recon MOD Live, which retails for $399, and Briko Alpine Goggles ($199). That's a $600 value!

This contest is now over. Here is our winner, selected by Recon and AP: Aleksander Żarczyński. His entry conquered our hearts:

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Congratulations - your prize is already on its way (to Poland)!

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Getting To Know Android 4.1, Part 2: The Glorious New Notifications

Hello and welcome to round 2 of Getting To Know Android 4.1. If you missed the inaugural episode (about the lock screen, software buttons, and icons) you can catch a rerun right here. And if you did see it, I suggest you go look at it again, because I updated it with a crazy menu button bug. Seriously, go look. I'll wait.

Today we're getting into something a little more meaty: The revamped notifications system!

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[Update: Winners!] Fourth of July Giveaway: Win One Of Two 8GB Nexus 7s From Android Police And Handy Apps

The contest is now over. Here are the winners, selected at random:

  • Leon
  • Roderick Cross

Congratulations - you will be contacted for your information in the near future!

Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements. You can follow AP on Twitter Facebook, Google+, and RSS.

The Nexus 7 was undoubtedly the biggest announcement to come out of Google I/O.

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Toshiba Excite 7.7 Tag-Team Review: The Best Tablet You'll Never Buy

Just over a week ago, Aaron and I (Cameron) each received a review unit of the Excite 7.7. While I will largely be taking the reigns on this one, Aaron wanted to throw in his thoughts as well. Thus, while the bulk of the review was written exclusively by me, you'll also see his (clearly labeled) thoughts at the bottom of every section.

Cameron: I have to be honest: after using the Excite 10 and coming away feeling "meh" about it, I didn't have high hopes for its little brother.

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The Galaxy Nexus Is No Longer Available For Purchase From Google Play In The US

If you just felt a disturbance in the internet, as if millions of Android users cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced, here's why: the Galaxy Nexus is no longer available via the Google Play Store. This comes after Apple won an injunction against the sale of Google's flagship device last week. As of now, the device is not allowed to be sold in the US which includes, but is obviously not limited to, online sales from Google.

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Research Team Creates "Clickjack Rootkit" For Android That Can Hijack Apps, Exploit User Input

Xuxian Jiang, along with his research team at North Carolina State University, has cooked up a proof-of-concept "clickjack rootkit" which targets Android. The rootkit is unique not only in that it can function without a device restart, but also in that it targets Android's framework, not requiring deep modifications to the underlying firmware or kernel.

Clickjacking, for those unfamiliar, is a malicious technique typically used on the web to "trick" users into handing over control of their device or confidential information.

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Samsung And Google To Release OTA Update To Galaxy Nexus To Avoid Injunction Sales Ban In US

According to AllThingsD, Google is working quickly to release a software patch to its Galaxy Nexus handset in order to avoid a preliminary injunction sales ban in the US. Google says the patch will be coming very soon (eg, tonight). The news came hot on the heels of Judge Koh's denial of Samsung motion to stay the ban while it appealed the injunction to the circuit court.

Google will also be assisting Samsung in its appeal of the ban, and to challenge the legitimacy of one of Apple's patents on universal search.

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