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    Default basic set of applications,needed?

    Yesterday I bought mine,but seems like I don't know to use it very well.I need someone to tell me which basic important applications do I need to install for it's use.
    I need rar archiver,some mp3 audio players,good video player with subtitle support,maybe some good widgets (system tools,weather),some pdf viewer,and browser which supports java and flash..
    I want to use it for multimedia,reading e-books mostly,just like some basic applications that every user needs in like MS windows.thanks
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    Default Re: basic set of applications,needed?

    search in Play store market

    winzip https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...winzip.android
    MX player - for video and its the best
    Google play music works very well. comes with nexus 7
    HD weather/ beautiful widget
    ezpdf viewer/ Office suite has pdf too
    Aldiko/Moon reader/Google books
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    Google Drive connects your device to the Google cloud storage, as well as giving you a decent basic productivity suite (word processor, spreadsheet, etc).

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Android Central Forums
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    OK.what browser supports flash and java?I need it for webcam viewing on some sites....
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    Quote Originally Posted by paparazzo79 View Post
    OK.what browser supports flash and java?I need it for webcam viewing on some sites....
    I use Boat if I need a browser that supports Flash.
    Kingsoft Office is a decent office app for Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF view/update. You can also get Adobe Reader and/or Kindle for reading PDFs.

    Forgot to mention...... 3D Digital Weather Clock is the widget I have on my devices. You can set it to include the battery level.
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    I've installed Boat but when I run website with live webcam on,it simply won't work,it doesn't show any signs of live webcam...

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckr01 View Post
    I use Boat if I need a browser that supports Flash.
    Kingsoft Office is a decent office app for Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF view/update. You can also get Adobe Reader and/or Kindle for reading PDFs.

    Forgot to mention...... 3D Digital Weather Clock is the widget I have on my devices. You can set it to include the battery level.
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    Default Re: basic set of applications,needed?

    FireFox and Dolphin browsers both allow Flash addons.
    More info - all you could want -- here
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/goo...out-flash.html
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    Guys I am little confused about different answers here,someone says try this browser,somene that...which is the easiest way to make flash work on jelly bean and my nexus 7?
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    Default Re: basic set of applications,needed?

    I suggest you try each of the recommendations, and see which works better for you.

    I personally like ezPDF (for PDFs) and Dolphin Browser (for... browsing).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBR View Post
    I suggest you try each of the recommendations, and see which works better for you.

    I personally like ezPDF (for PDFs) and Dolphin Browser (for... browsing).
    Which version of Dolphin browser I need?
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    Default Re: basic set of applications,needed?

    Quote Originally Posted by bigtroutz View Post
    FireFox and Dolphin browsers both allow Flash addons.
    More info - all you could want -- here
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/goo...out-flash.html
    I have installed firefox latest version but needs some sort of plugin to display flash content what should I do?

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