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Jul
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Barnes & Noble has already shown great interest in the Android platform by choosing it to run on their own e-reader, and this relationship continues to grow. B&N has just released Nook For Android, a full-featured app that includes access to their e-book store.

With plenty of e-reader applications on the Market already (including Nook’s main rival, Kindle) this may seem like overkill. However, the LendMe feature, which allows users to lend their e-books to friends for short periods of time, may be enough for some to make the switch. Check out all the features below.

  • More than 1 Million eBooks -- Just a Touch Away
  • All your favorite titles, including hot new releases and bestsellers
  • FREE samples of eBooks anytime, plus thousands of FREE titles
  • Access to your eBook library on your computer plus hundreds of mobile devices including iPad, iPhone, and NOOK
  • Share eBooks with friends for FREE with LendMe™
  • Recommended titles from your favorite authors
  • Add bookmarks as you read

Currently, the only feature missing is the ability to read newspaper and magazines, though this is likely to be included in a future update. Anyone with a phone running Android 1.6 and up can search for “Nook” in the Market or just scan (or click on your Android device) the QR code below to download the app.

qr code nook

Source: Barnes & Noble via Androinica

  • tery

    Why I cann't d/l the nook? There is no app in android app store and also on Bernes and Noble website say no android app found (ALTHOUGH link for android app is there).

    • Tom

      Same here. Is it not available in UK or something?

  • http://bn.com jerica davis

    nook apps will not work outside us...

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