In Pictures: 11 awesome Android tablet widgets

Give your home screen a massive power boost with these 11 excellent widgets for Android tablets

Plume

Want to keep up with tweets without leaving your tablet's home screen? Grab Plume for Twitter. Plume offers four different home-screen widgets, ranging from 4 by 1 inches to 4 by 4 inches. But initial size isn't a major issue here, since Plume supports Android's widget-resizing feature: With a couple of quick taps you can expand or shrink any Plume widget to whatever size you like. The Plume widgets provide a scrollable view of your Twitter timeline, along with options to view your @-mentions or direct messages. You can compose new tweets from the widget, too. Plume is available in a free but ad-supported version, and in an ad-free premium version for $3.

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