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If you're into reading, you've probably heard of Goodreads, a site that allows users to keep track of their reading collections, get social book recommendations, read reviews, collect quotes, and even form a book club. Us, Android folks, love to manage things on the go, and the new Goodreads app, announced on May 2nd, is here to satisfy all of your recommendation cravings and organizational OCDs.

The app lets you sign into your Goodreads account and manage your past, current, and future reading lists, search the book catalog, read friend and community reviews, and find book recommendations. There is really not much else to it, so if you want to take the Goodreads experience with you while on the go, head over to the Market and download the free app to your device. Don't worry, you won't have to put your phone on a diet - it only weighs 474KB and is available for any device running Android 1.5 and up.

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Source: Goodreads blog

Artem Russakovskii
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  • nicky

    YYYIIPPPPEEEEEEEEEEEEE

  • Steve

    Sweet! Though a way to scan in your books, and a way to browse genres through the app would be welcome.