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Android Honeycomb tablets: 10 best apps to download

If you’ve recently purchased or you’re thinking about buying a new Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, you might be wondering about what apps there are available to download. There are in fact quite a few applications that are either designed or have been optimized specifically for Honeycomb tablets.

The question is however which ones are worth downloading? We found a recent article by Tim Conneally over on, which takes a look at some of the applications that are available for Android Honeycomb tablets and provides a list of the 10 best apps to download.

If you enjoy playing tactical role-playing games, then Spectral Souls may just be the ideal app for you. The Spectral Souls app may be a little on the expensive side at $14.76, but for that you get hundreds of hours of gameplay, 52 different soundtracks and a total of 82 different characters.

Another great application on the list is Electrum. Although the Electrum drum machine application has been around for over 2 years, it’s just received a UI revamp especially for Honeycomb tablets. Then there is the Google Body application for the more inquisitive Android Honeycomb users.

Users are presented with a scalable 3D rendering of a human body, which can then be viewed as different layers such as bones, muscle and circulatory etc. The list would not be complete without the Angry Birds Rio game, which is said to look and handle beautifully on Honeycomb tablets.

You can view what other apps made it on the list via the website.

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Written by Tina Chubb

Tina’s passion is gaming news, but you will find her exploring other tech stories. Follow Tina for the latest happenings in the gaming world with popular gaming devices, including PS3, Xbox 360, Wii and portable gaming on iOS, PSP, DS and more.

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