The Android tablet market is growing faster than most, and the latest iteration of the operating system has come with some of the biggest changes.
With the new Nexus 7, the Android tablet ecosystem is a bit more unified, with a more familiar user interface, but it also brings a slew of new features and improvements.
The first big change is that there are now more apps for the tablet, and a number of new ones are popping up.
These include the new Pocket, a new Android app store, and an alternative version of Android that can work on the Google Pixel phone.
The Pocket is an app that lets you quickly and easily access your Android apps, as well as manage your accounts and downloads.
Pocket is a good example of a new feature that’s been added to Android tablets, but Pocket also offers a ton of useful, unique features.
Here’s what Pocket can do for you.
Pocket lets you add a number to your home screen with a swipe.
The next time you open Pocket, you can add a new icon to your list of favorite apps, which you can then access by swiping up or down.
There are also shortcuts to the most popular apps in the store, such as the popular Pocket calendar, or Pocket’s photo gallery.
Pocket also has a notification center, which lets you swipe down to dismiss a notification, and you can pin to your status bar to display notifications and other important information.
It also lets you easily open up notifications that are pinned, or toggles that open up apps.
Pocket even has an app for “trending” apps that are popular, so if you’re into a particular subject or have a particular idea, you’ll probably find something to like.
Pocket can also do some neat things like syncing your home screens, allowing you to switch between a different wallpaper and theme every time you launch Pocket.
Pocket has a “share” button, which allows you to share an image or video from the Pocket store with others.
When sharing an image on Pocket, it shows up in your shared media library on the home screen, as a preview for your friends and family to see.
When you share a video, you have the option to embed it in your Pocket video.
The more popular an app is on Pocket the more likely it is to get featured in Pocket.
This lets you see how popular apps are in your neighborhood, for example.
Pocket supports a wide variety of widgets, which are a great way to add custom features to the device.
There’s also a new launcher, called “themes,” that lets users create a custom theme for their tablet.
This makes it much easier to customize your home experience.
A new option lets you create a notification widget, which is a nice way to turn off the notification bar and just use the rest of your screens for the rest.
If you’re looking for a new way to use Pocket, the Pixel is one of the best choices for the price.
It’s got a nice user interface and a good battery life, so you can always get away with just one battery charge in the future.
If that’s not enough, there’s also the Android TV app, which brings a lot of Google’s popular TV apps to Android TV, including Chromecast, YouTube, and Google Play Music.
The new Pixel has a 4.7-inch display, so there are plenty of places to put a screen and a speaker.
There is a microSD card slot for additional storage.
The front of the tablet has a fingerprint reader, which will be useful for people with sensitive fingers.
The Pixel also has more of a battery life than its predecessors, but the Pixel 2 is more expensive, at $499.
The Nexus 7 is available for pre-order now from Amazon, and it’s expected to go on sale sometime next month.
We’ll be testing out the Nexus 7 and its new capabilities at Gizmodo HQ in New York, so stay tuned for more information about it in the coming days.