Good e-Reader leads the field for Google Android Apps converted over to the Playbook BAR format. Since we launched our app store in January, we now have over 8 million downloads and we wanted to share with you guys the best new stuff you want to check out.
Yahoo Fantasy Football 2012 – Football Season is finally here for you sports fiends! Why not start your own fantasy league, or join an existing one? Fully functional!
WWE Official Playbook App – WWE finally released its first official Android App to Google Play a few weeks ago. Since then, it has reached over six million downloads. It is updated in parallel with the major RAW and Smackdown broadcasts. Wrestlers and staff cut interviews after matches and give you updates. There are also profiles, pictures, and news.
Songza for Playbook – This is a free music streaming and recommendation service. Claiming its playlists are made by music experts, the service recommends various playlists based on time of day and mood or activity. Songza offers playlists for waking up, working out, commuting, concentrating, unwinding, entertaining, sleeping, and more. Users can vote songs up or down, and the service will adapt to the user’s personal music preferences.
Dropbox – No official Dropbox app exists yet for the Native Playbook, but we have the next best thing. The Android App on Google Play converted to BAR format! Store your documents, books, and music in the cloud and access them at anytime with your Playbook 4G or WIFI model.
Textme – Free SMS for Playbook – Downloaded over 220,000 times, this is one of the premier messaging apps for the Playbook. You can SMS your friends on their phone and do it from your 4G or WIFI playbook.
Assaulter – One of the best side-scrolling shooters right now! It is a very new game and quickly gaining traction on Google Play. Works brilliantly on the Playbook.
Raiden Sky Force Ace – Our current favorite game! Take the roll of a space ship and shoot baddies! It is an old school type game, that has wide appeal.
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.