Whilst we aim to fulfil the role of ‘missing manual’ here at NXTab we won’t be offended if you go off and buy one of the many guide books that are appearing for sale online.
This post takes a look at some of the other options available to you, we’ll highlight some of the books you can download to your Nexus 7 (via the Kindle app) or if you prefer the old fashioned way, then we’ve picked out some of the best printed editions too.
If there are any tips you’d like us to cover then please get in touch and we’ll get to work!
Nexus 7 Guide Books
There is of course plenty of reading material here on this site and we hope we can answer common queries. But if you are struggling to work out just what your new tablet is capable of then you’ll want all the info in one place, one of the following books is bound to help.
Once you’ve bought one, be sure to post up your own mini review and let other NXTab readers know what you think.
Nexus 7 For Dummies
The “For Dummies” range goes from strength to stength, I think most of us probably own one of the range already so you should know what to expect! If not, then rest assured that these books give a clear guide to their subject matter, well laid out and easy to follow.
Through this book you’ll be able to learn how to use email, social networking sites, download files, load up with music, navigate around android, hook up with Bluetooth, secure your tablet, load up with apps, extend battery life, video chat and a whole lot more.
Google Nexus 7 Tablet: Visual QuickStart Guide
If you are new to tablets and looking for a helping hand when it comes to getting started then this book is designed to get you going.
As you might guess from the books title, all the instructions use full-colour images and step-by-step instruction to show you the way.
Equipping The Nexus 7: The Best Apps for Your Google Tablet
We have our own guide to the must have android tablet apps but we’ll forgive you if you are looking for a second opinion!
The following book contains a catalog of apps you’ll want to test out on your tablet, it features twelve categories (such as Productivity, Reading and Social) to browse through.
Maximizing The Nexus 7: Tips and Tricks for Your Google Tablet
Looking for a cheaper ebook to help you along, then this Kindle book should do the trick. The book covers eleven broad ranging topics along the lines of Home Screen, Keyboard, Apps etc.
The books is getting good reviews by Amazon users but the feedback does say that the content is limited to useful tips, don’t expect to go into the full detail.
Have you read any of these, or downloaded something else? Let us know, post up your own mini review and we’ll be happy to add recommendations to the list!