In the last few days, we have been rolling out our official Good e-Reader App Store. This is your online destination to download ALL of your favorite e-reading, comic book, magazine, and newspaper Android apps directly to your Kindle Fire, Kobo Vox, and many other tablets. We just added around 60 new apps today, rounding off all of our sections.
The main reason we started this store was to cater to people who had the Nook Color, Sony Tablet, Kindle Fire, Kobo Vox, or brands like Pandigital, Velocity Micro, and many others who brand their tablet as an e-reader. We basically review every device that hits the market and know that all of these lack in variety of e-reading and comic apps in their own app store. Amazon runs one, so does Google, but if you don’t live in the USA or have a high-end tablet, you won’t get anything good or at all. If you tap into alternative markets, they normally don’t have the Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Sony, or other big name reading apps. You will want to come and visit our app store because of its simplicity of use, there are no complicated screens, signups, or anything else. Basically, you can visit our store in your web browser on your tablet and instantly download/install apps right to your e-reader.
We have detailed tutorials and advice listed in the FAQ section of the store that walks you through, step by step, to install apps on many of your e-readers. We will be filming video tutorials that show you on the Fire, Vox, Nook Tablet/Color, and many more to show you exactly what to do.
Remember, this site was only launched a few days ago and are in BETA. It goes without saying, all of our apps are the official free versions released by the companies who made them. If we missed anything in particular, or if you would like to request an app, please comment.
You can visit our store by visiting 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.