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Submitted by SJIND 735d ago | article

Google apps run better on the iPad Mini than the Nexus 7

Geek: It seems to increasingly be the case that you can’t just trust the specs. Despite being under powered on paper, after a few weeks of using the iPad Mini on a regular basis I have found a number of apps that run better on the smaller iPad than Google’s Nexus 7. What really surprised me was when I realized that some of those apps were made by Google. (Apple, Gadgets, Google Nexus 7, ipad mini, Software)

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fatstarr  +   736d ago
I must be confused... the title seems off.

also what type of half assed testing went on in this video.
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Speed-Racer  +   736d ago
Not just you. Pretty much everyone in their comments section confirms the fact that it's the other way around.

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