In any event, Kobo’s Android-powered Vox eReader - the company’s answer to the B&N Nook or Amazon Kindle – is today announcing (at last!) full access to the official Google's Android app store, or whatever you want to call it.
The colorful eReader tablet has a lot going for it, including a low price point (just US$179.99 / €142.57, currently), but until now was only offering a limited, “curated” collection of some 15,000 Android applications. Today, it gets 500,000 apps.
The Google Play support also brings music and movies to Kobo Vox users, too. (Oh, we guess the headline does work, after all).