1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 10, 2012 6:53 PM by jelabarre59

    Missing apps

      The following apps make any Android device worth having and do not seem to be available for my Nook Tablet:

      1. IPSEC VPN Client
      2. SSH Client
      3. Swype keyboard
      4. Google Docs
      5. A Windows RDP client that doesn't cost $25 bucks or require additional software installed on the server

      Additionally, when I search for apps, how do I filter the result so it does not include books?  I do buy books from B&N for my Nook, but I regard ereading as a separate activity from using the tablet features of my Tablet...

       

      When can we expect to see a more serious selection of productivity apps out there to leverage the power of this great little machine?

        • Re: Missing apps

          taupehat wrote:

          The following apps make any Android device worth having and do not seem to be available for my Nook Tablet:

          1. IPSEC VPN Client
          2. SSH Client
          3. Swype keyboard
          4. Google Docs
          5. A Windows RDP client that doesn't cost $25 bucks or require additional software installed on the server

          DEFINITELY need the SSH client.  And something better than the built-in soft keyboard.  Would like to have DejaOffice as well (or some other PalmOS-like PIM).

           

          Of course, would be nice if B&N would enable the built-in bluetooth chipset, but that would require B&N to *add* functionality, rather than continuing their trend to remove more & more functionality.