Honeycomb, a tablet-oriented platform, which debuted on the Motorola's Xoom in February 2011, supports large screen devices and introduces many new user interface features.

Tablets already running on Honeycomb include the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, the T-Mobile G-Slate, the (extremely popular) Asus Eee Pad Transformer, and the Acer Iconia Tab, in addition to Xoom, PC World reported.

Here are some of the best business apps for the Honeycomb OS:

Catch Notes :

 Catch notes originally known as 3banana allows you to jot down your personal notes and ideas. You can also make a list, reminders, voice recordings or image-based notes. You can sync and backup your notes to Catch.com for free and can access it from any PC or mobile device. Springpad offers similar functions as Catch notes with free of cost.

Fuze Meeting :

Fuze Meeting is the most effective web-conferencing service available today. It is the easiest way to hold web conference with anyone, anywhere and on any device. It collaborates with documents, video and audio and you can also upload images or files. The app is free to conduct small meetings, but if you want to add more people than you must subscribe to the service.

Intuit GoPayment :

 The Intuit GoPayment is a free app that comes along with a credit card reader that is attached to Honeycomb tablets. It's very easy and convenient for people who want to accept a credit card payment, take payments, text or email custom receipts to your customers, and keep detailed records. This app will be charged if you process more than $1000 a month.

File Manager HD : File Manager HD is the first file manager specially designed for Honeycomb tablets. You can access the file system if you want to do it on a regular desktop. This app is free of cost and also manages the flash drive when you connect to your tablet.

StockAlert : StockAlert sends alert on your tablet when your stock reaches a specified price. This app also comes free of cost and is specially built for honeycomb tablets. It updates in REAL TIME Quotes from NASDAQ, NYSE, National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) Shanghai (SHA) and Shenzen (SHE) Exchanges.