Monday, May 23, 2011

NOOK Color App Downloads Pass 1 Million in One Week - Fliq Apps take 3 of top 5 Spots

Barnes and Noble passed an important milestone last week with the NOOK Color -- over 1 million application downloads in the first week of launching Nook Apps.

It was also an important milestone for our Fliq series of personal productivity applications, as it was announced that Fliq Calendar, Fliq Notes and Fliq Tasks took 3 of the top 5 spots in their download rankings!

From the official press release:
"Among the top five free NOOK Apps are Fliq Calendar, Fliq Notes, Pulse, NOOK Word of the Day and Fliq Tasks, which help keep customers organized and informed on the highly portable NOOK Color." -- Barnes & Noble

We also were mentioned in various Android blogs:
"No longer just a book and magazine reader, the 7-inch Android-based device would be an affordable option for people looking for a (lite) tablet experience.

As for free options, Fliq owns three of the top five downloads in Fliq Calendar, Fliq Notes, and Fliq Tasks."
-- Android Guys

"The Barnes & Noble NOOK Color has quickly become a viable Android tablet through software upgrades and their fairly-new Apps store.

People clearly wanted to do more than read books on their NOOKs, though, as they have rushed to download over one million apps since the App store's inception."
-- Phandroid

1 comment:

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