NOOK For Dummies provides readers with all the information they need in order to get the most out of their NOOK e-reader. Key topics covered include: Introducing the ebook and e-reader concept Navigating the technical aspects of The NOOK including touchscreen technology, wireless access, software updates Downloading and shopping for e-books Listening to music on your NOOK Powering the NOOK Formats Reading an e-book on an e-reader, including lighting, font adjustments, and so on Using the Android-based applications that come with the NOOK Listening to audio books on the NOOK Creating your own ebooks Personalizing the NOOK, including accessories (BaN expects a strong revenue stream from what they call the qNOOK Eco-System, q which will include the accessories, personalizations, applications, and more) Sharing books on The NOOK Internet Resources 10 Things Other Than A Book to Keep on Your NOOKOr remove the memory card from the NOOK. It deletes all metadata (information youa#39;ve added to reading material such as bookmarks, highlights, notes, and furthest read page). It deletes information used to unlock DRM-secured content.
|Title||:||NOOK For Dummies|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-02-08|