Info I just found out about the Htc Evo View 4G, using Intuit Gopayment credit card reader.
There are 2 types of readers, 1 for android tablets, and 1 for I guess android phones.
The one for the android tablets(HTC EVO VIEW) does not download to the tablet, if you search for it on the android market it will show the one for android phones.
With the HTC One being currently dubbed as the best Android phone in terms of quality by many, Android’s own Hugo Barra wonders why that has yet to translate into the tablet world. It certainly does beg the question as to why an Android manufacturer has yet to make an Android tablet with great build quality like the HTC One or even like Sony’s Xperia Z.
Android tablets have been around since late 2010 starting with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, but the first mainstream Android tablet was the Motorola XOOM, which debuted in the spring of 2011. Soon after, we saw tablet after tablet after tablet get released, but nothing seemed to gain any major traction.
I'm making an app with my team, for now we're just doing it for the tablet, for all three operating systems: ios, android and windows. Ios and windows have a fixed resolution, and this is an advantage, resolutions for the android tablet is a nightmare. I have already searched on the official website Android a solution but does not talk about proportions.
Based on initial sales reports and some tablet market flip flops, the few Android tablets that have hit the shelves so far seem to have crashed and burned. Early sales figures indicate that no Android tab is coming close to being the much-awaited Apple iPad alternative. But will time heal all? Does the Android tablet just need the same growing time that consumers gave the iPad?
I'm thinking of buying an Android tablet, primarily for testing the ebooks I design on Android. I've had a very quick look at a Samsung Galaxy 6" in a store, but I'm very confused about the different tablets available and the apps I would need.