3 Good for the moneymartwickham | 14/12/2011 | See all martwickham's reviews (1)Top 100 PC Reviewer I've only had the tablet a day but I thought I'd give my first impressions. I'm very much an iPhone/Mac user but given that right now I don't have the money for an iPad I thought I'd give this budget tab a go. My first impressions are that it's a nice device for the money. The screen responsiveness is really good and the load time is excellent. Websites such as YouTube work really well. Having not used Android before I'm pleasantly surprised by the interface and the user friendly nature of the device.However, I'm a little disappointed with the GetJar app store. Given that this is the only 'official' way to add apps it's quite disappointing that only half of the apps I tried actually downloaded and/or worked. Yarvik actually say in their FAQ's that they're aware of the issues and that they're trying to resolve them. There are other ways of adding apps but it isn't particularly easy. Given that this device really is all about the strength of the apps, this may put some people off.In summary if you're looking for an operating system as bullet proof as iOS, this isn't for you. If you're prepared for a small amount of messing around then this tablet will provide you with a handy little device for the money. I'm hoping GetJar manages to sort out the issues with the app store. If anything it's actually made me realise that I really should save for the iPad. However, I'd still recommend this for people looking for a budget tablet, I suspect this is probably one of the better ones at this price level.