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Just a note about Google music as with most streaming services that you pay for like Rhapsody and Spotify you can download your music and or playlist to your phone when you are on wifi so that way you aren't using any of your data.
8 months, 4 weeks ago on Google Play Music Update Offers Better Bandwidth Management
so glad I dumped them last year for T-mobile, get better connection, faster speeds and pay less plus my Google Nexus fly's on T-mobile.
9 months, 4 weeks ago on AT&T Blocks Google's Hangout App For Android On Mobile Data
It has a lot more bells & whistles than your standard tablet in the included features & software & the case is better quality than most. Not to mention the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is a 1GHZ dual core processor while the Sony Xperia Tablet S is a 1.4GHZ Quad Core with a better front/rear camera Sony's 8/1 Megapixels vs Samsung 3/1 Megapixels. It's also semi water proof and has a IR remote control sensor so you can use the tablet as your remote control for all you home theater devices. So not sure how you say it has the same specs as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 when it clearly doesn't and in fact is a far superior tablet that has the specs & features to compete with current tablets. When you consider everything the price is very comparable as well.I pulled the specs from Sony and Samsung's web sites. If you want to check follow the links below.http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxytab2/10.1/spec.html?type=find http://store.sony.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10551&storeId=10151&langId=-1&partNumber=SGPT121US/S#specifications
1 year, 6 months ago on Sony Not Competing With Tablet Pricing, Going For High End
@Max_TO They do, it's called Google Play or Google Music, although I personally like the Spotify better
1 year, 6 months ago on Poll: Can The Nexus 7 Withstand An iPad Mini Assault?
@zcaslin @allmotor91 Read what I said, the iPad 3 had hardly any apps available, I was referring to when it 1st came out and in comparison to the iPad 2 it had a lot less apps because almost every app had to be rewritten to work with the iPad3, not so much the case now but still a issue.
@borodin1 It is starting to be marketed better, I'm constantly seeing TV commercials for it. I hope they start selling it in more stores besides Office Depot, Staples & Gamestop. They need to hit Best Buy & similar type stores to get better recognition.
@allmotor91 @StephenHaxton I have a iPad & a iPad2, didn't keep my iPad 3 cause it kept freezing, was bigger, heavier and there was hardly any apps available. I've had the Samsung Galaxy tab, I've even had the HP TouchPad (which I hacked & put android on) & The Nexus 7 is by far the best tablet out, and has the least amount of glitches. It's the 1st tablet I've owned that does what I want it to do when I want it to do it. I've not yet had to reboot it from freezing which is a lot more than I can say for my iPads. Either your a blind apple sheep fan-boy or you've never had a iPad, they are glitchy or mayby you got a defective Nexus 7. Mine has not crashed once, I did download a app that kept freezing, but I just closed it, uninstalled it and found one that was legit.
The Nexus 7 is easier to use, has superior software, superior hardware, it's display is equal to a Retina-branded display and your not constrained by the restrictions of Apple who has not come out with anything new in years. It's just an iPhone with a 7" screen and the iPhone really hasn't changed that much since the 1st one. It was great in it's day, but that was last decade.