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Google Talk Features for Samsung Galaxy Tab

Google Talk features on the Samsung Galaxy Tab allow you to instantly chat with friends anywhere in the world, whether they are accessing their Google Talk accounts from a computer or another mobile device [more…]

How to Use Google Talk Voice and Video Chat

When you want more than just a text chat with a friend, Google Talk offers voice and video chat options on your Galaxy Tab. Just touch the Voice or Video button on the right side of the text chat window [more…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Get a Skype Account

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…]

How to Get Skype for the Galaxy Tab

Your Galaxy Tab doesn’t come with Skype software preinstalled. To get Skype, saunter on over to the Android Market and download the app.

After installing Skype on your Tab, follow these steps to get started [more…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Add Skype Contacts

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…]

Galaxy Tab Skype: Status and Text Chat Functions

Basic functions on the Galaxy Tab’s version of Skype only connect you with other Skype users. These are free to use with your Skype account. Of these, the most basic functions use only text, not audio [more…]

How to Use Skype to Chat on Galaxy Tab

Perhaps the number-one reason for getting Skype is to transmogrify your Galaxy Tab into a phone. The trick works: As long as your pal has a Skype account, you can chat it up all you want, using the Tab [more…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Make a Skype Phone Call

Voice chat is okay on Skype, and it comes a close second to the real thing: making a phone call on your Galaxy Tab. Yep, you can use Skype to call any phone number on the planet, but most easily you can [more…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Text with Skype

One other cell phone–like thing you can do with Skype on your Galaxy Tab is to send a text message. If you have a teenager or are one, you recognize that text messaging is perhaps the only way young people [more…]

Galaxy Tab: There’s a Map for That

Your location, as well as the location of things near and far, is found on the Galaxy Tab by using the Maps app. The Maps app charts the entire country, including freeways, highways, roads, streets, avenues [more…]

How to Add Layers to a Galaxy Tab Map

You add details from the Galaxy Tab Maps app by applying layers: A layer can enhance the map’s visual appearance, provide more information, or add other fun features to the basic street map, such as Satellite [more…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Find Where You Are

Lost? Never fear! The Galaxy Tab knows where you are. Not only does it have a GPS, but by using the Maps app, you can also instantly find out where you are and what’s nearby and even send your location [more…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Share Your Maps Location

It’s possible to use the Maps app on your Galaxy Tab to send your current location to a friend. If your pal has a mobile device (phone or tablet) with smarts similar to the Galaxy Tab, he can use the coordinates [more…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Find Places with the Maps App

The Maps app on the Samsung Galaxy Tab can help you find places in the real world, just like the Browser app helps you find places on the Internet. Both operations work basically the same: [more…]

How to Get Directions on Galaxy Tab

Finding something in the Maps app is only half the job. The other half is getting there. The Galaxy Tab has direction and navigation features nestled in the Maps app. [more…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Navigate to Your Destination

Why bother with maps and directions when the Galaxy Tab features a digital copilot in the form of voice navigation? This feature operates just like a GPS device. [more…]

How to Add a Galaxy Tab Home Screen Navigation Shortcut

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…]

Galaxy Tab: How to Find Friends on Latitude

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…]

How to Use the Galaxy Tab Camera

The Galaxy Tab isn’t the world’s best camera. But your Galaxy Tab is an incredible gizmo that does many things. One of those things is to take pictures. Picture-taking duties on your Galaxy Tab are handled [more…]

How to Adjust Galaxy Tab Camera Settings

The camera on the Galaxy Tab has many settings, just like a normal camera. To get the best quality picture, you can adjust the flash settings and the resolution of the image. [more…]

Facebook Basics on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Galaxy Tab doesn’t come with a Facebook app, but you can get the Facebook app for free from the Android Market. That app is your red carpet to the Facebook social networking kingdom. [more…]

How to Upload a Picture to Facebook from Your Galaxy Tab

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…]

How to Twitter and Tweet from Your Galaxy Tab

The best way to use Twitter on the Galaxy Tab is to already have a Twitter account. After you’ve established a Twitter account, obtain the Twitter app for your Galaxy Tab. The app can be obtained from [more…]

How to Buy and Read Google Books from Your Galaxy Tab

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…]

How to Get and Read Kindle Books from Your Galaxy Tab

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…]


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