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The Nexus 7 is the first Android based product I’ve owned and surprisingly i think it’s an amazing product. That’s a hard thing for me to say because I’m an Apple fanboy at heart. I’m going to share my thoughts about the Nexus and do a brief comparison between it and the new iPad.

Jelly Bean OS & Google Play

Having never owned an Android device before i didn’t really google business reviews buy know what to expect. Out of the box the device was very easy to setup, the Nexus detected my wireless network immediately and connected to it within seconds. Following this I had to register the device using my Gmail address. If you haven’t got one, you can create one on the same screen. Finally, I was greeted with a screen offering me a tutorial and explaining that I had £15 credit to spend on Apps, Movies, or books and within minutes I started downloading Apps from Google Play. The £15 credit included was a bonus!

In the Google Play store there are three categories to choose from; Apps, Books and Movies – with magazines and music to follow in the future. I was surprised by how much content was available to purchase from the store, although it has less apps than Apple’s App Store,it still gives you a varied choice and most of the apps available on the App Store are available in the Google Play store. The only App missing from the Google Play store was Tweetbot. This is slightly disappointing because it’s an excellent piece of software. The official Twitter client isn’t as nice on the Nexus tablet either as it seems to be like an enlarged web page. When using the Google Play store, I was confused by the inconsistency of the prices. Let me give you an example. On the App store most apps are usually priced at £0.69p, whereas Google Play store apps are priced at £0.62p, £0.67p, £2.34, and so on. This was particularly odd.

I use iOS devices everyday and have come to believe that all apps should be created to a particularly high standard. Unfortunately, some of the apps on the Google Play store are low quality and look like they’re stretched phone apps but for the Nexus. This is true for apps like Twitter, BBC News, Sky News, Instagram, and others. A lot of the game apps are high quality and look no different to the games on iOS devices like the new iPad and the iPhone 4, both with their retina displays.