The Nook Tablet, like the Amazon Kindle Fire, runs a very highly customized version of Android 2.3 on a TI OMAP4, 1GHz dual-core processor, making it difficult to interchange apps between the two tablets without rooting them first. Furthermore the Nook’s user interface looks nothing like Amazon’s (or, for that matter, Android’s).
Evernote, a mainstay on must-have apps lists and PCMag Editors’ Choice pick among note-taking and organization apps, lets you draft text notes, record and save audio notes, upload images and photos taken on the spot, and organize all these files into “notebooks.”
There are a lot of usability problems with this content aggregator, but I added it to the list because of its potential—and because, honestly, at only 1,000 apps in the store, pickings are a little slim. My6Sense is a personalized news reader that delivers content to you based on what you Tweet, post on Facebook, write on Google+, read on Google Reader, and much, much more. It’s intelligent all right, if a bit buggy.
If you’re a nerd and love your museums and documentaries, definitely download this video streaming app. You’ll find hi-res videos and full-length features covering everything from how to cook the best chili to how some civilizations died.
If you hope to play all kind of videos like MKV, Mp4, MOV, MPEG on Nook Tablet, you should use Video to Nook Tablet Converter for Mac.