The Good e-Reader App Store continues to be a huge success for us and the reason is the lack of applications on your Android e-Readers. The Kobo Vox, Pandigital Novel, Micro Cruz, Nook Color and many other devices have a limited selection of content. Many of these devices do not even have a app store loaded on your tablet or e-reader to get your essential tools and programs. In some cases, like the Amazon Kindle Fire, applications can’t even be downloaded from outside the USA. To your rescue, comes the official Good e-Reader App Store!
We are constantly adding between 10 and 15 apps and day, so you can always find the newest games, reading and video apps. Some of our most downloaded products include; Netflix, Kindle for Android, Hulu+, Adobe Flash, and Droid Comic Viewer.
Most of our applications are focused on magazines, newspapers, reading, comics and streaming video. We launched a dedicated section recently that gives you alternative android app stores that you can install directly on your e-reader or tablet.
You might notice our entire Android App Store is web-based and it was by design for a specific reason. The Kindle Fire, Kobo Vox and many other devices have a workaround that allow you to install applications directly from the internet. All of our apps are able to be downloaded within two clicks and save directly to your device. You can then easily install them with minimal effort.
In the next few days we are launching a series of tutorial videos that show you the entire process of configuring your Kobo Vox and Kindle Fire so you can download and install apps. We filmed these the other day and are in the process of editing them! This should be a boon for new users who have little to no experience installing their own applications on your e-readers. Check out our new Android APP store today at http://goodereader.com/apps/
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and Verge.