Perhaps the most versatile app for converting the phoneless Galaxy Tab into a phone is Skype. It’s one of the most popular Internet communications programs, allowing you to text, voice, or video chat with [more…]
Text, voice, and video chat on Skype over the Internet are free. If you can use a Wi-Fi connection from your Galaxy Tab, you can chat without incurring a loss of your cellular plan’s data quota. Before [more…]
You can save the time you would spend inputting navigation information on Galaxy Tab for places you visit often by adding a Home screen shortcut. Here’s how: [more…]
A feature in the Samsung Galaxy Tab Maps app is Latitude. It’s a layer you can apply to a map, but it’s also the name of its own app, Latitude.
Latitude is a social networking service that lets you share [more…]
One of the many things your Samsung Galaxy Tab can do is take pictures. Combine that feature with the Facebook app, and you have an all-in-one gizmo designed for sharing the various intimate and private [more…]
Your Galaxy Tab comes with Google’s own eBook reader app. It has the clever name Books, and it can be found on the Apps Menu. The Books app organizes the books into a library and displays the books for [more…]
You can pick up a copy of the Kindle app for your Samsung Galaxy Tab free at the Android Market. The first time you start the Kindle app, you may be asked to register or sign in to your Amazon account. [more…]