Barnes and Noble’s nook fact sheet [pdf link] has revealed upcoming Android and Windows Mobile versions of their ebook reader software, though the software is not yet available to download either from the publisher’s download page or the Android Market. The document suggests that the apps will support B&N’s last-page-read sync, and be available for free.
Of course, that raises the question of why Barnes and Noble haven’t enabled lending support for their Android client, as is possible on the iPhone, select BlackBerry and Motorola handsets, and a few other clients, when the nook itself is Android based. Check out our launch day coverage of the nook here.
[via The eBook Test]