Android Tablet User Guide for Seniors
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Chinese Android tablets rarely arrive with a user guide so I wrote this, from the ground up, in plain English, in a logical order, so that you can quickly familiarize yourself with your tablet.

The information, supported by 140 icons and illustrations, appears in the order you need it, from the moment you switch on your tablet and includes an email & contacts user guide based on K-9 mail.

The guide is an updated version of an earlier paperback version selling over 300 copies per year through only two UK outlets with an almost 100% positive feedback with comments such as- a lifesaver, clear instructions, brilliant book.

The guide also includes details of some of the most popular current Android apps, since many of the apps preloaded by tablet manufacturers are old and were around when Google first launched Android in 2008.

The apps, which I have selected, are the Android equivalents to what Apple loads on an iPad, but extra subjects have been added covering file management, cloud storage, transferring data from your PC or laptop and handling Microsoft Office documents.

The recommended apps are regularly in the top 10 Android app lists, published on the web, but almost all have a decent user guide and the availability of a good user guide has figured prominently in the final selection of the apps. I have explained how to access these supplementary user guides.

The dedicated Android apps for Gmail, Yahoo mail and Hotmail are also discussed in some detail.

While the guide is primarily to suit unbranded Chinese tablets, it will also be ideal for Google's own range of Nexus tablets and other branded tablets running Android.

Published: Chris Gornall on
ISBN: 9781310700248
List price: $4.99
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