It apparently does or handles android apps.
The screen is bigger than an ipod touch and I can get on the Internet anywhere there is a wifi connection.
It is handy but I'm still trying to get a third party ereader on it and these devices are only as good as the infrastructure it is on. The tablet is great but there are some quality control issues on the programs that back your kindle content up with software.
I'm trying to figure out how to tab through books more efficiently.
Arduino Cook Lite
by Schogini Systemshttps://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... Lite&hl=en
The Arduino Cook Lite includes chapters like Blink LED, LED Patterns, LED Counting, PWM Output, Analog Input, Push Button and Serial Comm, Push Button,LED and Edge Detection.
Neat illustration with circuit diagram and source code and option to share the code and explanation via email.
Works with all android phones and tablets.
The cost is currently free.Practical Arduino V2
by Schogini Systems
The reviews say this is a Virus but after reading the description, I would say it spoke more about violating my privacy and it is by the same company.
There is an Arduino Simulator DIY Safely for $3.99.
There is an Arduino Quick Reference for $1.99.https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... noV2&hl=en