Good e-Reader Playbook App Store Client Released

We have released the final build of our official Good e-Reader Playbook App Store Client! This version works perfectly and allows you to browse our extensive selection of content. The Playbook App Client is free, so you can keep yourself in the loop of all the new goodies we upload everyday!  Basically, our store is the definitive source for Android Apps converted to Blackberry Apps that are all verified, tested, and signed by our staff. Anything we have will work 100% on your device.

The Good e-Reader Playbook Client gives you access to over 200 Android Games, eReading, News, Magazines, Video, Audio, Sports, and Essential Apps! You have the ability to see what the newest, hottest, and most popular apps are at any given time. If new updates are released you are instantly notified, which makes tracking new versions very easy. Rate, comment, and share your favorite apps via Twitter and other social networking websites!

Key Features

– Instantly Download Files to your Playbooks main Download Directory
– Browse in Landscape or Portrait Mode
– Check out New, Popular and Hot Apps
– Category Search for specific genres
– Look at an Apps Rating and number of downloads
– Leave a comment and Rate the app
– Share the app via Twitter and other social Media
– 1 Click Downloads to your Playbook
– New GUI and easy to use interface

Download the App to your Playbook today by visiting

Michael Kozlowski (5154 Posts)

Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about electronic readers and technology for the last four years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the Huffington Post, CNET and more. Michael frequently travels to international events such as IFA, Computex, CES, Book Expo and a myriad of others. If you have any questions about any of his articles, please send an email to

  • belisarius

    The apps released through this site combine to crash when any 3 or more have been opened. The emulator then is fully crashed and only a restart would get it going. I also noticed that this problem does not occur when using android apps released through app world. Even doing a lengthy playbook reset of 2.0, nothing changes that apps such as Dolphin or Google Maps are so buggy the crash the entire emulator. Apps such as kindle did not cause any problems but even the ten app was freezing my emulator when ran in combination with other apps. When the freeze happens shutting the window does nothing. Restarting the emulator reveals just a black screen- no matter the app. Culprit could well be the emulator itself, but if the apps here cause such bad crashes I understand why rim has not adopted them and why best to wait.

  • Deberrc

    Not true. I’ve had ten up with nary a problem. I sent Michael a personal thanks for helping us out. Send me a note any time and we can perform a test. Aldilko ? Has been the only app I’ve experienced problems with. I have two PlayBook (s) a 16 and a 64gb model. 

  • Robert Mintak

    thank you for the great work – I downloaded the latest store client – how do you navigate it back to previous menus?

  • Tdusanj

    I am new to playbook. Downloaded the store client and downloaded an app.
    However, i cannot find the location where the file downloaded to?
    Can somebody help me find this main download directory.

  • Sumit Kumar

    Thanks Michael.Nice App with great features.