Hi sorry to be a nuisance but im new to this natpc m008s and just wondered if i coud have some advice. What are the best apps to download? whats the best card to use 16gb or 32gb? any other tiops etc please let me know.
Shop around. You can find fast 32GB cards for about £20 (and falling). The "Class" rating shows the relative speed of a card. Class6 will be fine but Class10 better (I'd recommend Class10 ).
MX player is a good video player. There are numerous music players available. I use Audiobook Player2 but Mortplayer is also good. Google Drive - Storage and document editing Dropbox EZ File Explorer Pocket (allows you to tag web pages for reading later) Tunein Radio (internet radio) MyPlayer (TV) - The Pro version works and gives many more channels. Kindle App - Loads of free books both old and modern available
Android ICS (and Gingerbread) has its own way managing tasks so not really. That said, there are times when a utility to see which apps are hogging CPU time and memory are helpful. I have Norton Utilities installed but there are probably others that do a better job.
As I said above: The MyPlayer app is pretty good. The free app does a few live channels but the paid for app has a lot more. Despite having the MARKET LICENCE CHECK permission, this one does work on the NATPC. TVCatchup is also supposed to work but I haven't tried it personally. I think it is free. There are paid options like Netflix which apparently work but again I have not tried.
As for football games, your best bet is to search the Play Store and see what is available, read reviews etc. You also need to look at compatibility (Play Store will advise) and check for the MARKET LICENCE CHECK because it is likely those with that permission will fail to work. Look under the Show All (permissions) dropdown.
You will probably find some free ones but watch for in app billing. This implies that to get anywhere the developer wants you to buy options from within the game.
I agree, you don't. However, I like to know what is going on. I have had one app that was nice but hogged resources more than I liked. I spotted this in task management and as a result, uninstalled the app.