12-05-2011 03:15 PM
Was looking for a guide on how to use the app so that I can put my books onto shelves or into folders so that it will be easier to view everything. I can't find a guide to help. Can someone steer me in the right direction? Much thanks!
12-05-2011 03:52 PM
Since there are reader versions for multiple computer operating systems (including tablets and phones) and they might not all have the same features you might benefit from identifying which reader application you are using (Windows, Macintosh, I-pad etc).
I don't think the Windows reader application has such capabilities. While I'm not holding my breath, I believe some upgrade work by the development staff would be appropriate. Application spend money on e-books too, and tablets like the I-Pad are just as portable, although a bit bulkier, as the B&N color and tablet models. Netbooks are pretty portable as well. There are even some people don't mind reading on a desktop computer's display.
12-05-2011 03:55 PM
Thanks - I am using the Nook for Android app on a tablet. Is there a guide anywhere that can help me? It's annoying to have to page through all the books randomly. Would like to sort by category, shelf, file structure or whatever is available.
12-05-2011 09:47 PM
The only sorting offered in the Android app is Title, Author, Recent. That's it, no shelves, no categories, etc... I doubt BN will ever give the app those abilities.
If you're interested in a more capable program/app for sorting and cataloging your ebooks take a look at Calibre, it's available for the PC and Android. Google it on the PC, do a search for it in the Market.
12-13-2011 10:32 PM
12-20-2011 05:25 PM
That's absurd. Any of the OS versions where nook app runs has a filesystem, and even if they hadn't shouldn't be rocket science to imagine how to make your own folders.