NOOK for Android updated with full dictionary, improved fonts and more

October 2, 2012
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The popular NOOK app for Android has received a fancy new update this past week to go along with their new NOOK tablets. The new and improved NOOK app brings many of the features all those Kindle users have been enjoying. Things like full dictionary support, improved font and margin sizes, and zoom view support for multiple new devices.

Barnes & Noble's new NOOK HD and HD+ are here to take on the Kindle Fire HD, and their new app is here to do the same for the rest of the Android smartphone and tablet world. The update that landed this week is version 3.2 and now supports NOOK Comics and the zoom view feature for enhanced comic reading.

NOOK also improved the support for older Android 2.2 and above devices, as well as HVGA display resolutions and more. Now the NOOK app should be more compatible with many Android smartphones and tablets alike that might have had previous issues.

You can tap on words for a full dictionary definition, font and margin sizes have been improved and enhanced, and we now have multiple new fonts to choose from. B&N also mentioned several general bug fixes but didn't give us a detailed breakdown. They recommend making sure users do a quick sync before updating to 3.2, then you'll be able to enjoy the latest their NOOK app has to offer. Check out the new NOOK's in the timeline links below. Get the new NOOK app right now in the Google Play Store.


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    This is my favorite family of devices. have always loved BN stores. The ability to read E Books for free in stores makes this the perfect fit for me.