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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by brobar, Mar 21, 2010.
I'm still pretty sure there will only be one reader app...like the iPod app.
It's totally off topic, but why were there so many i(Maxi)Pad jokes flying around... Sure, a 12 year old can find something to laugh at there... Now the Nook... That was a prime target for comedy... Who in the world came up with the name Nook-E-Reader? Nook-E? I mean, come on... It's the perfect device for Pr0n!
HA, Nook-e...funny....iPad is a rather unfortunate name tho....especially if you have an accent.
I liked iSlate better.
Will we see a bigger brother to the iPad with this name? It's a possibility...
Would be nice of Sony Reader LRM files are usable in some way...
I have a Nook and I'm looking forward to the iPad. E-ink is nice, but it's a pain not having backlighting. Barnes and Noble has also been slow getting publisher agreements signed, so the selection is rather limited. I'm thinking that Apple won't make that mistake!
I have a Kindle which for me is a functional if somewhat 'klunky' reader. I have ordered but not yet received an iPad. Your post included the ability to sync your wife's Kindle to your iPad. I have looked for a 'how to' for this but haven't turned one up yet. Do you have a link I could access to show me how this is done?
Terrell, when you install the Kindle app, the sync function is found right on the home screen. Once you register your iPad with Amazon, again from the Kindle app, you can send Amazon titles to the device via Whispersync just as you would to a Kindle. It's all done automatically at your command from the Manage Your Kindle page.
Thank you very much for your help.