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How To Share Nook Books On Ipad

what can you do on a nook.

im getting the nook color and i was wandering if you can get games on it or just books tell me everything i should know

Hi, Kaylene, you might want to also take a look at just released next generations Nook Tablet from Barnes & Noble, here’s a quick side-by-side of the new device with Nook Color and Kindle Fire:1. Nook Tablet has a dual-core processor vs. single core of Nook Color2. Nook Tablet has 1.0 GB of RAM (memory) vs. 512 MB of both Nook Color and Kindle Fire3. Nook Tablet has 16 GB of capacity to store content vs. 8 GB capacity of both Nook Color and Kindle Fire4. Nook Tablet’s battery is rated for 11.5 hours of reading and 9 hours of video playback on one charge vs. 8 hours or reading and 7.5 hours of video of Kindle Fire and Nook Color5. Nook Tablet has microSD card slot to expand the capacity by another 32 GB for videos/photos/ebooks vs. no expandable slot of Kindle Fire6. Nook Tablet has the world’s most advanced fully non-glare laminated HD screen with the best viewing angels on the market vs. no anti-glare coating of Kindle Fire7. Nook Tablet comes loaded with optimized Netflix, Hulu Plus for streaming of millions of movies and shows vs. none of those available on Kindle Fire8. Nook Tabled has a built-in microphone thus it can be used with Skype for voice conferencing and for dictations with speech recognition software vs. no mic on Kindle Fire or Nook Color.9. Nook Tablet weights only 14.1 oz vs. 14.6 oz of Kindle Fire and 15.8 oz of Nook Color.Current Nook Color for half the price of iPad will give you all that you need from a tablet – portability, apps, music, video, Flash support and a great screen. Even though Nook Color has LCD touchscreen, it’s a new generation screen which is anti-glare coated and thus it better performs in sunlight producing less glare while reading on iPad in painful. The screen is amazing and readable/viewable at wide angles. Nook Color is more than e-Reader as you can also watch video and use Android applications on it. It’s a hybrid device, much more than just an e-Reader but not a full tablet as it doesn’t have a camera. Nook Color has several apps that already come with the device (Pandora Internet radio, etc.) and hundreds of other apps are available for download. Also, you can use the Social Settings screen to link your NOOK Color to your Facebook account and your Twitter account. You can also import all your contacts from your Google Gmail account. Once you have linked to Facebook and Twitter and set up email contacts, you can lend and borrow books, recommend books, and share favorite quotes with your friends. When you walk in with the Nook to Barnes & Noble store, you’re allowed to read any available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi. Nooks have USB port and microSD card slot. Nook store has over 2 million of paid books and about the same number of free public domain books. You can buy Nook’s at Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Millon, Walmart, BestBuy, Staples, OfficeMax, Fred Mayer, P.C. Richard, Radio Shack, Target, etc. stores and web sites.Nook Color supports:EPUB (including Non or Adobe DRM)PDFOther documents: XLS, DOC, PPT, PPS, TXT, DOCM, XLSM, PPTM, PPSX, PPSM, DOCX, XLX, PPTXGraphics: JPG, GIF, PNG, BMPAudio: MP3, MP4, AACVideo: MP4The best tested “rooted” OS on the current Nook Color is Android 2.3 for which you can get Netflix app from Android Marketplace. One of the major advantages of Nook Color over incoming Kindle Fire is the microSD card slot which neither of old or new Kindle models have. With Nook, you can actually have two devices instead of one as you don’t have to root the actual device but instead can make it boot from a “rooted” microSD card. If you want to get back to the original Nook you can just take out the card and reboot. This way you can go back and forth between rooted and original Nook Color within minutes. There are plenty of instructions on how to do it on the web, one place is below.Also, with the microSD card you can add up to 32 GB of additional capacity for books, videos, photos, and apps to your Nook Color.

Should I get a nook. Does it take longer to read on it.

I want an affordable E reader,Is the nook a good choice?How big is the public (free) database for books, like at the library?I heard that reading a paper book is faster, does it make a difference?

Hi, Pelicantor, Nook from Barnes & Noble is the best combination of price and features of the eReaders market. When choosing an eReader, you need to consider not only the physical properties of the device, but also compare eBook stores behind it. Sony has never been a contender for any comparison by anyone as they only have like 5 books in their Ebook store and their devices are way overpriced for what they offer. Borders is behind Kobo/Cruz devices in US and as you might of heard, Borders is on a brink of bankruptcy. Kindle and Nook are the only devices to be considered as their eBook stores have over a million of free public ebooks as well as over a million of ebooks that you need to pay for available.Having that out of the way, you should then decide which screen you want: e-Ink or LCD. It depends on what you’re reading. If just black & white novels then the better one would be Kindle or e-Ink Nook from Barnes & Noble. If you read electronic magazines or college text books with a lot of color graphs and charts or children’s’ books with a lot of pictures then the better would be Nook Color LCD from Barnes & Noble. Then, you should understand the limitations of e-Ink eReaders – they are limited to be black & white for now they “blink” at each ebook’s page turn, they’re not too good for web browsing, they need external light source for reading when dark, and they cannot handle videos.Whichever device you choose, here’s the advantages of the Nook’s (both e-Ink black & white and Nook Color) over Kindle:- Any Barnes & Noble store provides free Wi-Fi to Nook’s- Nook allows to lend Nook books for two weeks to friends and family or share with your other devices that run B&N app (PC, MAC, Android phones, Apple iPhone, iPod and iPad, etc.) Barnes & Noble allows (when you walk in with the Nook to B&N store) to read any available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi. With Nook, while in BN store you get exclusive articles from top authors, and great offers including cafe treats and unique deals.- Nook (unlike Kindle) can be used for library ebooks.- Nook (unlike Kindle) can be used for renting text-ebooks.Nook Color is worth mentioning separately as this is a hybrid Android eReader/tablet device, something between Kindle and iPad. Even though Nook Color has LCD touchscreen, it’s a new generation screen which is anti-glare coated and is better performing in sunlight and produces less glare all of which are dooming reading on iPad. Also, the screen is amazing and readable/viewable at wide angles.Overall, Nook Color is more than e-Reader as you can also watch video and use Android applications on it. It’s a hybrid device, much more than just an e-Reader but not a full tablet as it doesn’t have a camera. If all you want is to read novels, the original e-Ink Nook might be better for you. If you want something more from your device (color graphs and charts of college text books, childrens books, photos and videos, web sites in full color) at half of the price of iPad or Galaxy tab, then Nook Color is your best bet.Nook Color has several apps that already come with the device (Pandora Internet radio, QuickOffice, etc.) Also, Barnes & Noble recently released Nook SDK and Nook Developer platform that will allow most of the existing 100,000 Android apps be ported to it. Also, you can use the Social Settings screen to link your NOOK Color to your Facebook account and your Twitter account. You can also import all your contacts from your Google Gmail account. Once you have linked to Facebook and Twitter and set up email contacts, you can lend and borrow books, recommend books, and share favorite quotes with your friends.

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How do you set up the 3G on the nook color.

My nook color was supposed to come with a 3G network, how do you set it up?

Hi, jeannie90590, Nook Color is Wi-Fi-only device thus it needs a wireless hotspot to connect to get on the web. The easiest to start with any free Wi-Fi spots that do not need password or any other manual intervention. You should be able to register from any Barnes & Noble store that provides free Wi-Fi to Nook’s or any Starbucks or any McDonalds or airport or any other place that provides free Wi-Fi service or wireless router at your place. You only need the connection to download eBooks, not read them.Nook Color gives you all that you need from a tablet – portability, apps, music, video, and a great screen for $250 and is the best value of the tablet market. Even though Nook Color has LCD touchscreen, it’s a new generation screen which is anti-glare coated and thus it better performs in sunlight producing less glare while reading on iPad in painful. The screen is amazing and readable/viewable at wide angles. Nook Color is more than e-Reader as you can also watch video and use Android applications on it. It’s a hybrid device, much more than just an e-Reader but not a full tablet as it doesn’t have a camera. Nook Color has several apps that already come with the device (Pandora Internet radio, QuickOffice, etc.) and hundreds of other apps are available for download. Also, you can use the Social Settings screen to link your NOOK Color to your Facebook account and your Twitter account. You can also import all your contacts from your Google Gmail account. Once you have linked to Facebook and Twitter and set up email contacts, you can lend and borrow books, recommend books, and share favorite quotes with your friends. When you walk in with the Nook to Barnes & Noble store, you’re allowed to read any available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi. Nooks have USB port and microSD card slot. Nook store has over 2 million of paid books and about the same number of free public domain books. You can buy Nook’s at Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Millon, Walmart, BestBuy, Staples, OfficeMax, Fred Mayer, P.C. Richard etc. stores and web sites.

nook vs ipad 2 for college.

I thinking about getting and ipad 2 for college and I had a few questions about it.1.) Can I get textbooks on ipad or is that better for nook?2.) Can I write papers and notes on ipad 2 and if so, how can I transfer them to my computer?

Hi, Alyssa B, Barnes and Noble has something for a regular PC or MAC including a laptop or a desktop. An eTextbook is a digital, downloadable, version of a physical textbook. It can be read on your PC and Mac with B&N’s free NOOKstudy application. An eTextbook will look exactly like the physical version so you will see the same graphs, charts, drawings etc. The best part is that you can read your eTextbook anywhere that you bring your computer without needing the internet! And, you have the option to purchase or rent it depending on your needs.Nook Color is half the price of iPad but that’ll give you all that you need from a tablet – portability, apps, music, video, and a great screen. It’s Nook Color from Barnes & Noble that is the best value of the current tablet market at $250. Even though Nook Color has LCD touchscreen, it’s a new generation screen which is anti-glare coated and is better performing in sunlight and produces less glare all of which are dooming reading on iPad. The screen is amazing and readable/viewable at wide angles. Nook Color is more than e-Reader as you can also watch video and use Android applications on it. It’s a hybrid device, much more than just an e-Reader but not a full tablet as it doesn’t have a camera. Nook Color has several apps that already come with the device (Pandora Internet radio, QuickOffice, etc.) and hundreds of other apps are available for download. Also, you can use the Social Settings screen to link your NOOK Color to your Facebook account and your Twitter account. You can also import all your contacts from your Google Gmail account. Once you have linked to Facebook and Twitter and set up email contacts, you can lend and borrow books, recommend books, and share favorite quotes with your friends. When you walk in with the Nook to Barnes & Noble store, you’re allowed to read any available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi. Nooks have USB port and microSD card slot. You can buy Nook’s at Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Millon, Walmart, BestBuy, Staples, OfficeMax, Fred Mayer, etc. stores and web sites.

How does Nook app for android work.

I’m thinking about getting a nook simple touch and rooting and changing it into an android tablet. But I’m bit concerned about how nook app works on android. Is nook app on android exactly same as actual nook ereader device itself? Some feature like annotation, etc. differs between them? I need to know…

As with the previous Nook, the Nook Simple Touch provides a “LendMe” feature allowing users to share some books with other people depending upon licensing by the book’s publisher. The purchaser is permitted to share a book once with one other user for up to two weeks. The other users may view the borrowed book using a Nook, Nook Color, or Barnes & Noble’s free reader software on an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, BlackBerry, or any other device running Windows, Mac OS X, or Android.The device has 2 GB of internal memory and can store an estimated 1,000 books. Of that 2 GB, only 1 GB is available to store content. Additionally, 750 MB of that 1 GB are reserved for content purchased directly from Barnes & Noble’s e-book store, which leaves approximately 250 MB for other files. As with the original Nook, microSD and microSDHC memory cards can be inserted to expand the Nook Simple Touch’s memory up to 32 GB. Unlike the previous Nook, the rechargeable battery in the Nook Simple Touch is not user-replaceable and is expected to last for 2 months with the wireless turned off, or 3 weeks with the wireless turned on. Unlike prior versions, the Nook Simple Touch lacks audio capabilities. Supported file formats include EPUB (DRM and non-DRM), PDF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP.[3] The nook continues to lack support for any formats that can be easily created by end users, such as txt or rtf.[citation needed]The Nook is capable of organizing books into ‘shelves’ to make it easier to find things. This organization must be done manually on the device; the file table is inaccessible so users cannot use third party software (such as Calibre) for external editing, due to DRM concerns.As an Android device, the Nook Simple Touch can be modified to run Android applications[6] although this is a hack and is not supported by Barnes & Noble.

how many books can the nook hold.

Hi, briaa, original e-Ink Nook has 2 GB of internal space and can hold up to 1500 eBooks there plus much more on microSD card (up to 32 GB) for which is has a slot.Newly released Nook Color has 8 GB of internal space and can hold up to 6000 eBooks there plus much more on microSD card (up to 32 GB) for which is has a slot.Nook Color is worth mentioning separately as this is a hybrid Android eReader/tablet device, something between Kindle and iPad. Even though Nook Color has LCD touchscreen, it’s a new generation screen which is anti-glare coated and is better performing in sunlight and produces less glare all of which are dooming reading on iPad. Also, the screen is amazing and readable/viewable at wide angles.Overall, Nook Color is more than e-Reader as you can also watch video and use Android applications on it. It’s a hybrid device, much more than just an e-Reader but not a full tablet as it doesn’t have a camera. If all you want is to read novels, Kindle (or the original e-Ink Nook) might be better for you. If you want something more from your device at half of the price of iPad or Galaxy tab, then Nook Color is your best bet.Nook Color has several apps that already come with the device (Pandora Internet radio, QuickOffice, etc.) Also, Barnes & Noble recently released Nook SDK and Nook Developer platform that will allow most of the existing 100,000 Android apps be ported to it. Also, you can use the Social Settings screen to link your NOOK Color to your Facebook account and your Twitter account. You can also import all your contacts from your Google Gmail account. Once you have linked to Facebook and Twitter and set up email contacts, you can lend and borrow books, recommend books, and share favorite quotes with your friends.

Do you have to pay for book on the NOOK Color.

Hi! I just wanted to know: Do you pay for books? How much do they cost, like what is the price range? Or does depend on the type of book? Does it have internet and games? Also add any other interesting facts and features about it.Plz and Thank You!!!

Hi, Moya, Nook Color support PDFs and has a full featured web browser that supports Flash (needs Wi-Fi conection.) It is a hybrid Android eReader/tablet device, something between e-Reader and iPad. Even though Nook Color has LCD touchscreen, it’s a new generation screen which is anti-glare coated and thus it better performs in sunlight producing less glare while reading on iPad in painful. The screen is amazing and readable/viewable at wide angles. Nook store has over 2 million of paid books ($10 or less) and about the same number of free public domain books. Any Barnes & Noble store provides free Wi-Fi to Nook’s and when you walk in with the Nook to B&N store, you’re allowed to read any available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi. With Nook, while in BN store you get exclusive articles from top authors, and great offers including cafe treats and unique deals.Nook Color has several apps that already come with the device (Pandora Internet radio, QuickOffice, etc.) and hundreds of other apps are available for download. Also, you can use the Social Settings screen to link your NOOK Color to your Facebook account and your Twitter account. You can also import all your contacts from your Google Gmail account. Once you have linked to Facebook and Twitter and set up email contacts, you can lend and borrow books, recommend books, and share favorite quotes with your friends.All Nook models (unlike all Kindle models) have microSD card slot to expand the device capacity.You can buy Nook’s at Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Millon, Walmart, BestBuy, Staples, OfficeMax, Fred Mayer, P.C. Richard, Radio Shack, etc. stores and web sites.Nook Color supports:EPUB (including Non or Adobe DRM)PDFOther documents: XLS, DOC, PPT, PPS, TXT, DOCM, XLSM, PPTM, PPSX, PPSM, DOCX, XLX, PPTXGraphics: JPG, GIF, PNG, BMPAudio: MP3, MP4, AACVideo: MP4

Can you get library books on the Nook Color e-reader.

Someone told me that you cannot get library books on the Nook color. Is this true?Also, if you have a Nook do you like it? I’m trying to decide between the Nook Color and Sony Daily Edition e-reader.

Hi, k8rich10, you CAN checkout library eBooks with Nook or Nook Color.When choosing an eReader, you need to consider not only the physical properties of the device, but also compare eBook stores behind it. Sony has never been a contender for any comparison by anyone as they only have like 5 books in their Ebook store and their devices are way overpriced for what they offer. Borders is behind Kobo/Cruz devices in US and as you might of heard, Borders is on a brink of bankruptcy. Kindle and Nook are the only devices to be considered as their eBook stores have over a million of free public ebooks as well as over a million of ebooks that you need to pay for available.Having that out of the way, you should then decide which screen you want: e-Ink or LCD. It depends on what you’re reading. If just black & white novels then the better one would be Kindle or e-Ink Nook from Barnes & Noble. If you read electronic magazines or college text books with a lot of color graphs and charts or children’s’ books with a lot of pictures then the better would be Nook Color LCD from Barnes & Noble. Then, you should understand the limitations of e-Ink eReaders – they are limited to be black & white for now they “blink” at each ebook’s page turn, they’re not too good for web browsing, they need external light source for reading when dark, and they cannot handle videos.Whichever device you choose, here’s the advantages of the Nook’s (both e-Ink black & white and Nook Color) over Kindle:- Any Barnes & Noble store provides free Wi-Fi to Nook’s- Nook allows to lend Nook books for two weeks to friends and family or share with your other devices that run B&N app (PC, MAC, Android phones, Apple iPhone, iPod and iPad, etc.) Barnes & Noble allows (when you walk in with the Nook to B&N store) to read any available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi. With Nook, while in BN store you get exclusive articles from top authors, and great offers including cafe treats and unique deals.- Nook (unlike Kindle) can be used for library ebooks.- Nook (unlike Kindle) can be used for renting text-ebooks.Nook Color is worth mentioning separately as this is a hybrid Android eReader/tablet device, something between Kindle and iPad. Even though Nook Color has LCD touchscreen, it’s a new generation screen which is anti-glare coated and is better performing in sunlight and produces less glare all of which are dooming reading on iPad. Also, the screen is amazing and readable/viewable at wide angles.Overall, Nook Color is more than e-Reader as you can also watch video and use Android applications on it. It’s a hybrid device, much more than just an e-Reader but not a full tablet as it doesn’t have a camera. If all you want is to read novels, Kindle (or the original e-Ink Nook) might be better for you. If you want something more from your device (color graphs and charts of college text books, childrens books, photos and videos, web sites in full color) at half of the price of iPad or Galaxy tab, then Nook Color is your best bet.Nook Color has several apps that already come with the device (Pandora Internet radio, QuickOffice, etc.) Also, Barnes & Noble recently released Nook SDK and Nook Developer platform that will allow most of the existing 100,000 Android apps be ported to it. Also, you can use the Social Settings screen to link your NOOK Color to your Facebook account and your Twitter account. You can also import all your contacts from your Google Gmail account. Once you have linked to Facebook and Twitter and set up email contacts, you can lend and borrow books, recommend books, and share favorite quotes with your friends.

How can I get textbooks on my NOOK.

There is one textbook that I cannot get onto my NOOK via Barnes and Noble and I was hoping that there was another way. The book is the 19th edition of Macroeconomics by McConnell. Does anyone know how I can get this book?

Hi, Fred, neither Nook nor Kindle handles eTextbooks well however Barnes and Noble has something for a regular PC or MAC including a laptop or a desktop. An eTextbook is a digital, downloadable, version of a physical textbook. It can be read on your PC and Mac with B&N’s free NOOKstudy application. An eTextbook will look exactly like the physical version so you will see the same graphs, charts, drawings etc. The best part is that you can read your eTextbook anywhere that you bring your computer without needing the internet! And, you have the option to purchase or rent it depending on your needs.In terms of Nook vs. Kindle for everything else, current e-Ink Nook is much better than current e-ink Kindle as Nook has the latest generation touch screen display, no page turn lag, it weights less, and its battery lasts twice as long, and it doesn’t blink on each page turn. Having that out of the way, you should then decide which screen you want: e-Ink or LCD. It depends on what you’re reading. If just black & white novels then the better one would be e-Ink Nook from Barnes & Noble. If you read electronic magazines or college text books with a lot of color graphs and charts or children’s’ books with a lot of pictures then the better would be Nook Color LCD from Barnes & Noble. Whichever device you choose, here’s the advantages of the Nook’s (both e-Ink black & white and Nook Color) over Kindle:- Any Barnes & Noble store provides free Wi-Fi to Nook’s and when you walk in with the Nook to B&N store, you’re allowed to read any available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi. With Nook, while in BN store you get exclusive articles from top authors, and great offers including cafe treats and unique deals.- Nook allows to lend Nook books for two weeks to friends and family or share with your other devices that run B&N app (PC, MAC, Android phones, Apple iPhone, iPod and iPad, etc.)- Nook (unlike Kindle) can be used for library ebooks.Kindle only supports eBooks in its proprietary AZW format. Nook, on the other hand, supports both DRM-protected and DRM-free ebooks in ePub format thus it supports ebooks from B&N store, from any other DRM-free source on the web, and from public libraries. You can buy Nook’s at Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Millon, Walmart, BestBuy, Staples, OfficeMax, Fred Mayer, P.C. Richard etc. stores and web sites.

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28 thoughts on “How To Share Nook Books On Ipad

  1. I have a NOOK and I have fallen in love with it! Great choice, some of their books are free but others arent. Great way for free ones is on the search you can search your favorite author then type; $0.00 and it gives you all the free books by them! And you can do that right on your NOOK. Hope this helps! Good luck! 🙂

  2. I have a Kindle, and it doesn’t take me any more time to read anything on it compared to reading the “paper” version. I chose the Kindle because it supports more formats (e.g. pdf files) as well as newspapers and magazines compared to the Nook. Unless Barnes & Noble has changed their policy – where you can only download something that B & K sells and formats compared to the Kindle – this was a big plus for me as I can go to non-Amazon sites and download. Also, the upper-level/$189 version has lifetime free Wi-Fi and 3G access; not sure about the price and accessibility concerning the Nook, or any other e-Readers out there.

  3. Un Kindle es siempre muy útil porque es más fácil disfrutar de la lectura sin tener que llevar demasiado peso, en Amazon hay la mejor oferta de estos dispositivos fantásticos y al mejor precio como se puede ver en este link http://amzn.to/1GkME3CI'm guessing the Nook is a Kindle-type thing. Try putting the question in the Computers & Internet, or possibly the Consumer Electronics categories for a better chance at an informed answer. I’m trying to be helpful, not a troll.

  4. The Nook software doesn’t work quite the same way, there are multiple programs that you must download and then you have to hunt down the files in your computer before you can transfer them. I read the instructions on how to do it in YA just yesterday and they were so long I had to keep scrolling the page just to read them all. (you can search for other questions asking about how to download library books to Nook if you want to see the specific instructions)[DELDUP()]

  5. Truly, there is absolutely no assessment….simply because viewing television relies on the gunky imagination of a Tv set entertainer who’s main concerns are budget, popularity and ratings also to Hell with theme integrity, or, for example, anything truly creative.

  6. when you are watching a movie or tv it is very easy to get distracted and multi task, where reading a written book, it usually has your full attention!

  7. The ipad is NOT a replacement for a proper laptop for college and very few college books are available as e-books.

  8. Mi Kindle que he comprado en Amazon esta excelente y estoy muy contenta de él, tanto que también he comprado uno para regalar, un excelente regalo por poco dinero, mi amiga esta fascinada con su nuevo dispositivo, pude leer en cualquier lugar, sin interrupciones y es como leer un libro de verdad pero sin papel y peso.

  9. Regular Nooks have 2GB of memory which is around 1,500 books but it is expandable with the addition of a memory card up to 16GB.

  10. Try the website and download it.

  11. I love some book promo videos, they are a good way to get an idea of what the book is about in a concise and quick way. check these out they are great.

  12. Other than the Nook/library nightmare, these are two very different devices. The Sony Daily Reader is an e–ink based reader with built in 3G. The Nook Color is an LCD reader/pseudo-tablet with built in WiFi. If you want an e-reader for READING only and you read novels mostly then go for the Sony. If you want to download apps and read mostly magazines and books with color pictures, then the Nook Color might be a better choice.

  13. about 15000 Ebays

  14. There are free books, and books you pay for and yes the price varies.

  15. when you are watching a television set or movie it is very easy to get distracted and multi task, where reading a written book, it offers your full attention usually!

  16. You may get better answers from Barnes and Noble about the Nook.

  17. In short, I won’t choose iPad or Nook Color, because they’re using backlight screen like computer screen, and is difficult to our eyes. Just not suitable for reading purpose. For other ebook readers including the B&N Nook, Sony Reader, and Amazon Kindle, I’ll go for the Kindle. For the Sony Reader, many books (especially new releases) cannot be easily find on it. For the Nook, it is good but it is slower and less user friendly compared to the new version of Kindle.I believe you can get library books on a Nook Color. After all, it uses the same account that you would use for a regular Nook and I know they can use the library.As for the Sony Reader (any model), using the “Library Finder” is a quick and easy process. On my PRS-505, I simply open my Reader software on the computer, click the “Library Finder” link on the main page of the store and enter my zip code in the new window that opens. Once I locate the library I am using, I select my book, enter my library card number and download the file. It show up right in my Reader library and I can then drag/drop it to my Reader device.

  18. I certainly have a Kindle 3. i offered it in October whilst the corner coloration became no longer obtainable. If I have been to purchase returned, i might take a extreme look on the corner coloration. in spite of the undeniable fact that, provided that i’ve got been utilising a Kindle for a pair of months, i will answer questions approximately it on my own. particular, i might advise it, as an e-e book in basic terms. this is different applications are not completed o.k.. Navigation is quite clunky. a splash reveal screen might certainly artwork extra helpful. Pages would be grew to become by possibility, in spite of the undeniable fact that it does not happen very in lots of circumstances. i did no longer desire it, yet somebody observed Harry Potter books are no longer obtainable on the Kindle. The Kindle 3G does have unfastened 3G. No archives expenditures word.

  19. ipad 2 is the best

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  21. Books transform your life grammar, reading level, spelling, vocabulary, and generally tend to be more educational than T.V.

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  23. There is also quite a good comparison between the ebook readers here:

  24. Yes you can get library books on the Nook! There is also 100’s of free books that you can get! Plus a Nook is better if all you want to do is read books and even if you don’t just want to read books they said that you can get games on it to plus they said they were making a app store for it!

  25. i watch tv set rarely. you just don’t get the same quality. i mean, try making walden into a tv show

  26. Books transform your life sentence structure, reading level, spelling, vocabulary, and generally will be more educational than T.V.

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