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2017-09-05
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Android - UPDATE

I used to say: "Don't need a smartphone - Can do things much better on my PC (except mobility)". But I eventually gave in to the hype:

Our devices:
  • 2010 Kindle E-Reader, original version, still used!
  • 2011 Galaxy S2 smartphone for Sandra
  • 2012 Nexus 7 (2012) tablet, WiFi only, for me
  • 2014 Nexus 9 tablet, WiFi only
    for me retiring the Nexus 7
  • 2014 Galaxy TAB S 10.5" tablet, WiFi only
    for Sandra
  • 2015 Moto G (2nd generation) smartphone
    for Sandra, I inherited her Galaxy S2
  • 2017 SONY Bravia 43" Android TV
  • 2017 Galaxy Tab S2 8" tablet, WiFi only
    for me retiring the Nexus 9
  • 2017 Moto G5 smartphone, for Sandra
    I inherited her Moto G, retiring the Galaxy S2

Galaxy TAB S2 Homescreen

I find that I use the Tablet more than the PC, which I mainly use nowadays for Office files, Video editing and making Blog entries (like this one). But for Messaging incl. Email, following News, YouTube videos and leisurely Internet surfing I mainly use my Android Tablet. Sandra has retired her Laptop and only uses the Galaxy TAB S - with a Bluetooth Keyboard.
I also used to say: "Can usually be reached on the Landline. Used my dumbphone when travelling - to reach - not to be reached". But now I have also got a smartphone! Actually I can phone from my Tablets even though they don't have SIM-cards - using my Google Voice number on e.g. Hangouts. Similarly I can send SMS to North America from the Tablets using Google Voice.


Often used Apps/Programs
updated Sept 2017