Kobo Vox gets Google Play injection for fuller tablet feel

Kobo Vox gets Google Play injection for fuller tablet feel

When we first reviewed the Vox, our immediate inclination was to root and sideload applications on to the 7-incher, taking it into unsanctioned territory. Much to our surprise, those efforts fell mainly flat, resigning our app indulgences to the officially and sparsely supported Get Jar store. Skip to now, and it appears Kobo’s keen to shore up that glaring flaw, enabling access to Google Play and a handful of GApps (like Gmail, YouTube and Maps) via a software update. Users will have to connect to the internet to download the newly available perks, but after that you should see the tab putting on its big boy shorts and taking on a more well-rounded tablet functionality. Have one to call your own? Then let us know how you fare in the comments below.

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Kobo Vox gets Google Play injection for fuller tablet feel originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 14 Jun 2012 17:59:00 EST.

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