NVIDIA Announces Tegra Zone App for Android Devices

NVIDIA announced earlier today that they have released an Android app designed for smart phones and tablets using their Tegra platform. Called Tegra Zone, the free app is essentially a filtered market tool that showcases and highlights apps written to take advantage of NVIDIA’s chipset. Users will find reviews, screenshots, videos, and more to help make buying decisions and choose their next awesome game.

Once one decides to purchase an app, Tegra Zone hands the transaction off to the Android Market. As many of you know, the Tegra platform is the first mobile dual-core chipset and makes for an excellent gaming experience. Many of today’s top devices, including the Motorola XOOM feature this procesor, largely due to the way it handles hardware acceleration, enriched graphics, and better multi-tasking.

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