Top 5 Nook Color Apps

Nook Color.
(Photo by Sarah Afshar)
The Nook Color has started a revolution in e-reading. Introduced to society by American book retailer Barnes & Noble in 2010, this amazing e-reader proves why it is one of the most popular e-readers in the world today. There are numerous applications that can be used with this wonderful device, so I have narrowed down the many apps to the top 5 Nook Color apps of 2011.

5. Boingo Wi-Finder. It is a well known fact that the Nook Color e-reader uses only Wi-Fi to connect. What a better way you can enjoy easy internet access with your Nook Color than the Boingo Wi-Finder application. The Boingo Wi-Finder allows you to discover Wi-Fi access near you. This is a Nook Color exclusive, so it is only available to Nook Color users. This is a free app. If you want to know more information about the Boingo Wi-Finder app, simply visit today. This is one of my favorite apps simply because it makes finding Wi-Fi extremely easy.

4. Seesmic. After trying a wide-range, variety of applications for Nook Color I have discovered that Seesmic is one of the best for 2011. You have access to full amalgamation of every social network you belong to, making it incredibly easy for you to administer. This app is free. For more information about the Seesmic app, simply visit right now. There are thousands upon thousands of social networks on the world wide web. This application truly allows you to manage them, with little to no effort.

3. GoodReads. Some of the best kept secrets are exposed and with the GoodReads app, this proves be true. If you are searching for a great Nook Color app that allows you to not only review and rate books, but garner only the best recommendations based on your favorites, you will love GoodReads. For more information about GoodReads, simply visit today. Some of the best books I have ever read were by recommendations and this app truly demonstrates why it is one of the best Nook Color apps of 2011.

2. Evernote. If you are looking for a great app which allows you to take notes, you cannot go wrong with the Evernote app. Not only can the notes be in text, but you can also create an array of image notes. You can also manage your notes from an array of other mediums and platforms. It is extremely easy to use and out of the numerous apps I have used for my Nook Color, it is one of the least complex I have used. I like to use this app as part of my blogging backup. This is a free app. For more information about Evernote, simply visit right now. You cannot go wrong with this Nook Color application.

-- and the number one Nook Color app of 2011 is --

*drum roll*

1. Pulse News. The number one Nook Color app of 2011 is definitely Pulse News. Pulse News not only gives you the most recent news, it also connects you to every social network under the sun. You can also personalize your news, as well as, look up just about everything under the sun. I absolutely love this app and can admit that it is on my Nook Color. This app is free. For more information about the Pulse News app, simply visit today. Looking to discover only the latest news, let the number one Nook Color app of 2011 guide you through and lead the way.  


Anonymous said…
I just bought a Nook Color and I love it. It's like a big Android phone. lol
Anonymous said…
Nook > Kindle