6 Replies Latest reply on Jun 21, 2013 7:32 AM by Purple_Ice

    book shelf program from Google

    Purple_Ice
      Does anyone know if any of the google shelving apps work for Nook HD+?
        • Re: book shelf program from Google
          compulsivereaderTX

          I use Calibre Companion App, but it works only for sideloaded books from your calibre library. It doesn't shelve per se but it does do sorts according to how you set up your library in Calibre, so if you have genre tags listed, you can sort by genres, etc. Most of the other shelving apps do more traditional shelves, but I think you have to set them up and put your books on them by hand. You'll have to get input about other apps from people who have used them. I'm lazy, I like the app to do the work for me, so I tend to go for the one that involves the least work on my part. :smileyhappy: I keep only a very few of my BN books on my device and I shelve them, but I wouldn't mind finding an app that would shelve them for me with as little effort as Calibre Companion requires. Though I could put all my BN books in Calibre too I suppose.

          • Re: book shelf program from Google
            Purple_Ice
            I figured out a way that I can use Calibre and Calibre Companion to create a work around for shelving. I used tags to be my shelving. Tha way i'll always have the info there weather or not i have my computer on. In other words I cut my tags down to things like mystery, drama, romance, etc. Made the tags as i would name shelves. Then if the book was one of a series I put the name of the series then used a hyphen for the then author's name. I put numbers in front of the tags to further sort the books into categories. The catalog people talk about only gives you a list and unless you are connected to the computer you lose the categories and other info you might need.