Android Honeycomb opens up a wild new world--one that's poised to explode over the next few months. Since the launch of the Motorola Xoom, numerous manufacturers have been scurrying to get their own tablets onto the market. Scurrying just as quickly are the countless developers working to get their applications ready for Android tablets.
Honeycomb tablets can actually run any Android apps, even those created for earlier smartphone-focused versions of the platform. But apps made specifically for tablets tend to deliver far better results, since they're optimized to take advantage of the larger screen size and the new tablet-friendly features that Honeycomb provides.
The number of tablet-optimized apps for Android is still fairly small, but it's growing with each passing week. At this week's CTIA mobile tech show in Orlando, we got a glimpse at some of the latest and greatest Honeycomb creations--some already available, and some set to launch soon. Here are ten we think you might like.