Verizon brings The Daily, Slacker Radio apps to Android tablets
Verizon has just announced a slate of new partnerships at CES today, bringing The Daily , Slacker Radio and a host of other apps to select Android tablets. With today’s announcement, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners will be able to access Rupert Murdoch’s tablet-optimized news app, with either a $4 monthly subscription, or $40 annual plan. The Galaxy Tab 7.7, meanwhile, will receive the app at a later date. The carrier is also bringing Slacker Radio to a wider range of Android slates, and has launched apps like TouchyBooks and Trend Micro Mobile Security Personal Edition, as well. For the full run-down, head past the break. Continue reading Verizon brings The Daily, Slacker Radio apps to Android tablets Verizon brings The Daily, Slacker Radio apps to Android tablets originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 10 Jan 2012 13:27:00 EDT.
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