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    Trying to get App for Familywoodworking

    I have just gotten a Galaxy Tab2 10.1 tablet and have been trying to download a App for my tablet. But all I can seem to get is one for American Family woodworking. That Just ain't the same. Does any one have a link to that app? I have Google Crome But I still seem to not find the app for Family woodworking!
    Thanks in advance
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    Thanks for the attempt, but it comes up as 404 error on my tablet, on my computer it goes to a page with family woodworking. but no app.
    If you make a mistake it was part of the original plan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Roase View Post
    I have just gotten a Galaxy Tab2 10.1 tablet and have been trying to download a App for my tablet. But all I can seem to get is one for American Family woodworking. That Just ain't the same. Does any one have a link to that app? I have Google Crome But I still seem to not find the app for Family woodworking!
    Thanks in advance
    I think it will only work with the PC/Mac versions of Google Chrome. For the android device I'd recommend Tapatalk. If you do a search in the Play store you should find a free version to try it out. Once installed you can search for Family Woodworking and will be able to sign in with the same ID/Password you do in the web app.

    This is the pay version:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ord.tapatalkHD
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