In this guide, we’ll take a look at the best Android phones and tablets for reading, writing and video chatting.

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So we’re sure you’ll find something here to satisfy your reading and gaming needs.

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Whether you want a TV that can be connected to a TV, a Chromecast, a Google Home, or a Roku set-top box, there’s a TV for you.

There’s also a growing number of devices that can run Android on top of iOS or Windows.

The most common ones include Amazon’s Fire TV Stick and Roku TVs.

If you’re still looking for the best gaming hardware for Android, we suggest you look at one of the gaming consoles like the Nintendo Switch, Sony PlayStation VR, or Oculus Rift.

We also know that you might prefer to take a break from gaming and get a good night’s sleep, so we’ve put together a list of the best devices to get you through the day.

For a list and recommendations of the top Android gaming hardware and apps, check out our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, which we like so much that we’re offering a discount on the $399 Samsung Galaxy S11 (and its $399 variant).

As well as gaming, we also recommend some smart home gadgets like Philips Hue, Nest, and more.

These devices can all be connected via Bluetooth, so they’re all compatible with the same apps and apps are designed to be used together.

The best of the bunch is the Nest thermostat, which can be controlled by the Android device, and is the most versatile.

You can also check out the list of top Android TV apps, or pick one of our favourite Android games, and then download it for free on Google Play.

Read all our Android gaming reviews here.

Read our review: Nest thermoregatt, Google Home speaker, Chromecast4Android is known for being a great platform for media consumption.

It’s also home to some of the most sophisticated games, so you can expect to find games that suit you and your style of play.

Android has a thriving online video ecosystem, with a vast number of popular channels like Twitch, Vimeo, and YouTube.

However, there are also many more channels with smaller budgets that are designed specifically for Android.

These channels range from indie games like Pixelmator to more mainstream titles like League of Legends.

Check out our list of best Android TV channels.

We’ve picked out some of our favourites below, so why not give them a go?

If you’ve got a few hours to kill before bed, it might be worth investing in a cheap Bluetooth speaker that can take advantage of Android’s built-in speaker settings.

The Best Bluetooth Speaker Reviews list offers a wide range of Bluetooth speakers, and you can find one that will fit the bill.

Read the Best Bluetooth Speakers for Android to find out which one you want.

Read this guide to find the best Bluetooth speaker for your needsRead moreYou can stream live TV via Google’s Chromecast app or watch your favourite TV channels using the Google Now Launcher.

If you’re more into gaming, you might want to check out some games like the Oculus Rift or the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops III.

Read on for our top picks for Android gaming TV.

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