Nook from Barnes and Noble was my first e-reader, and it remains my go-to for any e-book it will read.Some proprietary texts or other essential works not I Nook supported formats force me to use other readers, but my desire is always to find a Nook - compatible format if at all possible. The ability to annotate my books as I read, and the extensive library available makes me choose and shop Nook store selections before I go to any other. I have been using a Nook TabS2 by Samsung, but I recently I have transited to a Samsung TabS3 10.1, and I have even more flexibility in reading. Nook still remains as my e-reader of choice. It us that good! No, that excellent!!!!!
Did an update and it updated to the previous CC I had on file. I have been buying books for months with my new CC. Now my kindle app is looking like the better option. Get it together nook. Plus I would really like all of one authors books regardless of series to be grouped together. It would make it so much easier to manage my book content.
I had a first generation Nook. When it finally died, I added the Nook app to my new tablet. Great product. I've now had the application for 2 years...and love it even more. Syncing between devices is great. Archiving books I've already read saves memory. Organizing all my books is so easy. I still love it!!
I like this since my actual Nook is broken, but I am very upset that I can no longer watch the movies that I PURCHASED through my Nook. There used to be a video option, but it is now gone. I would like to have the products that I paid for.
I am using a Pixelbook, and the app worked great until it updated. Now it closes every time I try to open a book. I can do anything else without any issues. You would think an app to read book would let you actually read them.
It's slow, it's clumsy, it can't be uninstalled, it's the single biggest resource hog on my system--what's left to say? I prefer converting my ebooks on my PC in Calibre and using Aldiko on my tablet, a move that B'n'N is working hard to make not possible any more. Fortunately, there's always Amazon (with their own resource-hog app, Kindle Reader). Hate Nook, hate Nook, hate Nook; just no better way to put it.
• Forgot your password? It can now be reset by email or security question
• Link and login to your NOOK account using Facebook or Google Account
• Full screen support for new super-widescreen devices like the Galaxy S8 and LG G6
• Improvements to the “Manage Storage” interface
• Improved “Create a Shelf” experience
• Bug fixes and performance tune-ups
E-book reader. Multi-format, highly customizable. Supports cloud synchronization
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