Two weeks ago we launched a project to help people with no official Google Android Market access through a new web based alternative, the Good e-Reader Android App Store! We are happy to report that we have hit 150 apps for you to download totally free!
The premise of our store is to give users who have the Kindle Fire, Nook Color, Kobo Vox, and other popular Android driven e-readers and tablets a viable alternative to many of the questionable app stores out there. The main problem we found in reviewing every single device that hits the streets is most markets don’t have a wide selection of comic book, e-reading, magazine, and newspaper apps. We put them all in one place so you can find all of the essential programs you would want to install right away. Although our focus is applications geared towards reading digital content, we have a wide array of other apps that we know people want. Netlifx, Adobe Flash, Hulu+, Youtube, and many other popular programs are available in our famous 2 click download process.
Obviously, many stores feature thousands of Android apps and you may think to yourself, “Why should I bother with Good e-Reader if they have a paltry amount?” We are really focused on quality and not quantity. It is super important to us that we only offer the best apps that everyone wants on their device and are geared more towards Android e-readers.
To make life easier, we are rolling out a series of video tutorials that walks you through the entire process of loading Android Apps on your various e-readers. Currently, we have videos of the Kindle Fire and Kobo Vox with more on the way.
In the near future, we are rolling out an official standalone market application that you can install right on your tablet to make your life even easier than our web based alternative. Good things take time and we are diligently developing it right now.
Get downloading Android Apps right away for your tablet, phone or e-reader 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.