In Pictures: Top 10 Android tablet apps

Android tablets often get overshadowed by Apple's mighty iPad and have to fight for market share - and attention from developers. But there are some great Android apps optimized for tablets out there. Here are CIO.com's picks for the top 10.

Annotating Maps & Images: Skitch

Developed by Evernote, Skitch lets you annotate any photo, screenshot, or map you've captured on or imported to your tablet. You can find a location on a map, capture the map as an image, draw an arrow pointing to a desired meeting spot, add a text note -- then share the annotated map with people you're meeting. Evernote suggests taking pictures of people in a meeting, writing their names directly on the photo, and saving the snapshot to your Evernote account (which is linked to Skitch). Skitch also lets you share files via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi Direct or save them to apps installed on your device, such as Facebook, Skype, Picasa, Dropbox, and others.

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