Verizon has just announced a slate of new partnerships at CES today, bringing The Daily, Slacker Radio and a host of other apps to select Android tablets. With today’s announcement, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners will be able to access Rupert Murdoch’s tablet-optimized news app, with either a $4 monthly subscription, or $40 annual plan. The Galaxy Tab 7.7, meanwhile, will receive the app at a later date. The carrier is also bringing Slacker Radio to a wider range of Android slates, and has launched apps like TouchyBooks and Trend Micro Mobile Security Personal Edition, as well. For the full run-down, head past the break.
Verizon brings The Daily, Slacker Radio apps to Android tablets originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 10 Jan 2012 13:27:00 EST.