1. DirkBelig's Avatar
    Until Amazon allows alternate reader software to be downloaded from their store to the Fire like other Android devices can this Mashable article paves the way.

    The Reader's Digest Version (tl;dr for you Internet kids):

    1. Install GetJar onto your Fire.

    B. Install the Nook For Android app from GetJar store. It's FREE!

    3. Sideload epub files into the Nook\My Documents folder.

    4. In Nook app, go to your Library and then select My Files from the first dropdown in the upper left corner.

    5. PROFIT!!! Or read.
    11-19-2011 12:25 AM
  2. akonobi's Avatar
    Then I guess this write-up makes the Fire all the more versatile since Nook isn't exactly "root-friendly." Any one wanting to know more about the Kindle Fire should read this review.

    Review: Kindle Fire -Whats All the Fuss? | Valu-Trek.com
    11-19-2011 02:41 PM
  3. DirkBelig's Avatar
    Link isn't readable to non-members of that site. I'm not registering to read it. What did it say?
    11-19-2011 03:12 PM
  4. aapold's Avatar
    The site's broken look made me reluctant to sign up.

    Fortunately google cache has the full content.

    google archive of the article

    The one odd thing in the review is the praise of the silk browser.... I certainly haven't noticed the "blazing fast" claims the review makes, that part reads like the promotional stuff being sent out by Amazon in their prerelease publicity stuff. I dunno is it starting to finally get up to speed?
    11-19-2011 06:57 PM

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