Go Read for Amazon Tablets
Is it possible to get "Go Read" app as an apk download? I have an Amazon App Tablet and I can't get it from Adroid Market or Google play.
Currently we do not support Amazon Kindle Fire and B&N’s Nook tablet. We are currently researching ways to enable Go Read on these devices.
I have sideloaded Go Read on my Kindle Fire tablet using Mobile Market 1. The latest version has a nice look, but there are some annoying bugs that I'm not happy with. I wish Bookshare could find a way to use the Overdrive app. It would be a great help!
C. Tkaczyk commented
My wife has severe arthritis and can no longer hold a book. She can hold a lightweight eReader like the Nook Glowlight. Bookshare which is also a source for people with disabilities uses Go Read. Please develop an app for eReaders.
Ted Wattenberg commented
There is a way to sideload Go Read onto a Kindle Fire. The apps that support sideloading from Google Play will only work with free apps, such as Go Read; so, Darwin Reader cannot be sideloaded. Go Read first must be purchased/loaded onto another android device.
Ryan W. commented
I just bought a Kindle Fire HD for my dyslexic son to utilize its text-to-speech features. How do I install the Go Read app? Is there an ETA on its availability in the Amazon store? In the meantime, can it be sideloaded with an APK file from the developers?
Beth Jezak commented
I have parents that have purchased a Kindle Fire in hopes of downloading the Go Read app. Of course because it it a less expensive tablet than an iPad, more parents (and schools) can afford to expand the amount of students that can receive this wonderful program.
Please expand Go Read to the Kindle Fire and Nook!
Can you please make the app compatible with the Kindle Fire....