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jmhisme
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Registered: ‎01-08-2011
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Field Guides for Nook Color

Yesterday's question regarding Audubon, Peterson and Stokes field guides was answered and I followed through and did as suggested....make this a ebook...thank you.

Would it be advantagous to repeat this action daily or several times a day...or will just be an annoyance.

Also looking at the Audubon website, for field guides, you can download onto android with a field guide app.

Will the revision 2.2 add apps to our Nook Color...will it be possible to download from the Audubon fieldguide.com to our Nook Color?

Thanks:smileyhappy:

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Gtriever
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Registered: ‎08-27-2010
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Re: Field Guides for Nook Color

Right now nobody knows what apps will be allowed in the B&N market, but the Audubon Guides would certainly qualify, IMO. Personally, I prefer iBird Pro for Android, since unfortunately the Peterson Guide for North America is only available in the iPhone/iPad version.

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withfeeling
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Registered: ‎11-16-2010
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Re: Field Guides for Nook Color

The best way to get an app into the B&N App Market, when it appears, is to contact the developer and get them interested in putting their app on the NC. I would think things like Field Guides would be prime candidates, both from B&N's and the publishers' perspectives, since they are "enhanced books".

 

Thanks to Mark_OB1 for pointing out to me that this is the right strategy.