Wednesday, November 23, 2011

New platforms: Kindle Fire, Nook Color and Nook Tablet!

It's an exciting time of the year with new gadgets launching for the holidays. Two of this season's hottest devices are the Amazon Kindle Fire and the Nook Tablet. I'm please to announce that Game of Thrones Companion will be available on both these platforms and a favorite from last year:

  • Amazon Kindle Fire: just released last week, you can download a tablet version of GoTC on your Kindle Fire via Amazon
  • Nook Tablet: GoTC is also available for Barnes & Noble's exciting new tablet via
  • Nook Color: if you already own a Nook Color, you can download an optimized version of GoTC via


  1. This comment has been removed by the author.

  2. This comment has been removed by the author.

  3. Checking out a digital book from your local library isn't a smooth or simple experience regardless of what tablet you have.When you get everything set up on the library side you would prefer not to deal with hassle when checking out books.Amazon made the process much less demanding for Kindle owners by making the delivery of library books as basic as it is for purchasing books.When you look at a book it remotely transfers to your Kindle or whatever other device connected to your account.With the Nook,you need to manually exchange books via third-party software that obliges a setup separate from the one you experience with the library.When you've done it the methodology isn't that overwhelming,however in the event that you're not tech-savvy it may get confounding.Furthermore its an agony to need to associate your digital book reader each time you need to exchange a book.
    horror video game