Well, bought my Nexus 7 today and loving every minute of it!
Got one question though! Today I've downloaded the Lockergnome app for iOS, so naturally I went to the Google play store to see if it was available on Android as well. It's available, but I can't install it on the N7, because it's not compatible?
Is this similar to iPhone Vs iPad apps? Some Android apps aren't universal? Or am I doing something wrong here?
(Note: I am a first time Android user)
Answer by DJ Scooby Doo · Sep 05, 2012 at 02:20 AM
Hmm. I think it's because you're on Jelly Bean, but you can download the .apk for it and see for yourself if it'll work. Link to the .apk: http://d-h.st/jCu. Just be sure you go to your settings, then security and check the option that says to allow installation of non-Market apps.
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