While E FUN’s Nextbook Android tablets don’t have access to the Android Market, it looks like the company will be making it easier for its customers to get their hands on apps in the future. E FUN has announced that it has embedded the GetJar App Store onto its popular line of Nextbook tablets. For those of you not in the know, the GetJar App Store is the world’s largest independent app store with premium apps for free. So while you won’t have Google’s Android app store, at least you won’t be left in the dark when it comes to an easy way for downloading apps.
With over 350,000 apps available on GetJar, including games, apps for productivity, tools, social and more – it’s a pretty useful alternative to the Android Market. But besides having GetJar as its exclusive app store, it doesn’t look like E FUN Nextbooks will be receiving anything special or extra as part of this deal. How many of you already use GetJar on a regular basis?
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