Dropbox (Free) Dropbox lets you organise and bring all your documents, videos and photos together in one place. As well as being a brilliant file manager, you can also sync Dropbox with your desktop computer, meaning you will not ever be without the documents, photos and videos you need. Any documents that you save in Dropbox can then be edited within the app, and any email attachments can be saved straight into Dropbox as well. If you are looking to keep your Android phone organised, and to have all your files in one place, then Dropbox is definitely an essential download.
Google Books (Free) With Google Books, you have access to hundreds of thousands of books; each available for a reasonable price. For educational purposes, there are a good selection of non-fiction titles as well as some classic novels. The perfect way to add real functionality to your tablet.
SwiftKey Tablet X Keyboard (Paid) If the built-in keyboard on your Android tablet is not to your liking and you are looking for a replacement, then the SwiftKey Tablet X Keyboard is one of the very best around. The keyboard uses a split keyboard layout, as well as also being able to help predict words you are typing. The price may be a little steep for some, but what you get in return is a really fantastic keyboard to use.
Evernote (Free) Evernote is an essential productivity app that helps keep you organised, as well as being an app to help you take and save important notes you make on your tablet. The app supports syncing to the Evernote cloud services, which means you can freely use it on both a tablet and a smartphone while ensuring you always have up to date access to your most recent files. This brilliant app is better than ever in tablet form.
Springpad (Free) Springpad allows you to make quick notes to help you remember vital information and ideas at a later date. As well as taking notes, users can set reminders, create to-do lists, scan a barcode, or even take a photo or record a video to save what you want to remember. The app is fully optimised for Honeycomb tablets, where it has become an incredibly functional tool for organising your thoughts as well.
Due Today (Free) Create daily and weekly tasks through the Due Today app. As well as alerting you when a task is overdue, the app allows you to create recurring tasks. Due Today makes use of the popular Getting Things Done method of time management, which is a very powerful way of ensuring your tasks are completed and that you do not get bogged down. It gives your tablet real value as a tool for productivity as well as fun.