Do you own a Samsung Galaxy Tab, Kindle Fire or another Android Tablet? You can find a lot of interesting and entertaining apps for your tablet in the Google Play Store, formerly known as the Android Market.

This article will give you an overview of the best apps for your Android Tablet.


Tweetcomb is a Twitter client, specifically designed for Android Honeycomb. The app gives you the best Twitter experience on a tablet, making good use of the larger screen of an Android tablet, giving you an user-friendly view of your timeline, mentions and direct messages. Tweetcomb can be tweaked to your preferences.


If you are into reading e-books or digital magazines, then the Kindle app is a must have on your Android tablet. The Kindle app for Android puts over a million e-books and magazines at your fingertips. Using this app, you can purchase books or magazines in the Amazon store, but you also have access to thousands of free ebooks, like for instance The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

Zinio Magazine Reader

Zinio gives you access to thousands of magazines for your Android tablet like for instance The Economist, Rolling Stone, Hello!, US Weekly and Travel & Leisure. You can purchase in the Zinio in-app store digital issues of a magazine or take a subscription.


Wordfeud is available in a free and paid, add-free, version. It is an entertaining multiplayer word game for your Android tablet and you can challenge friends or random opponents. In the meantime there are over 8 million Wordfeud-users worldwide.

It is a cross-platform multiplayer puzzle game, so you can also play against family, colleagues or friends with an Apple iPhone or iPad. It is possible to play up to 30 separate games simultaneously.

Draw Something

Like Wordfeud, Draw Something is also available in a free and ad-free paid version. Draw Something is the most popular social drawing and guessing game on Android tablets and phones. It is a cross-platform game, so you can also challenge friends and family using iPads or iPhones.

Draw Something is addictive, very entertaining and sometimes unintentionally hilarious!

Pulse News

Pulse makes reading news on your Android tablet fun and engaging. The app is customizable and transforms your favorite into a clear and interactive mosaic. Tapping on an article gives you a clear and easy-to-read view of the article, including a link to the original article. Furthermore, Pulse gives you the possibility to share your news via social networks like Twitter and Facebook.


You can call Feedly your ‘personal magazine’ on your Android tablet. This app has a really nice interface and presents the content of your favorite websites in a stylish and fast way.  Feedly integrates with Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr,  Google Reader, Read it Later and Instapaper.


Are you interested in composing music? Pocket Band puts a whole music studio in your Android tablet!

Build high-quality tracks with a sequence of loops, mixing synthesizers, drums, modulators and more. You can also publish your music and collaborate in the Pocket Band community.

Pocket Band is available in a free version and a paid Pro version.

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