by Brad Ward, 23 hours ago
There is an explosive amount of developers already making games for mobile platforms, and hundreds of thousands more that want to make games for Android, iOS, etc. The problem? Not everyone can afford the tools…
There are over 400,000 apps available in the Google Play Store, but relatively few of them are optimized for usage on an Android tablet. In other words, very few so-called “Android tablet apps” are designed specifically to be used on a tablet, as opposed to being scaled-up versions of the regular phone apps that are available on the Play Store. Moreover, unlike the Apple App Store, which has designated ‘Apps for iPad’ and ‘Apps for iPhone’ areas, the Play Store doesn't have an effective tool/feature for finding apps that are created especially for Android tablets.
A solution is now at hand. Tablified is an Android app that gives you access to a continuously updated list of apps that are created specifically for Android tablets. For an app to qualify for an entry in Tablified's catalog, it must follow these guidelines:
Here is a video that shows navigation around the website and its features:
Tablified is not an actual app market in itself, but the app collects and compiles data on on “tablified” apps and provides links back to the app page on the Play Store.
There have been some complaints about Tablified's user interface and long loading times, but it's still a small price to pay for the very helpful service that the app provides. You can download Tablisfied for free, or buy the paid version (Ad-free) in the Google Play Store. You can also visit www.tablified.com for more information and a list of apps currently available.