As soon as Nook Color was released to the market, hackers started looking for ways to get around the device’s restrictions to install all types of Android apps on the device. It did not take for Nook to get rooted. Once that happened, it was a matter of time before someone got Kindle app for Android to get to work on Nook.
We saw Kindle on Nook Color in action a while ago. Now BlogKindle has published a comprehensive set of instructions on how to get the job done. Apparently, it is not too hard to do:
It took me less than 5 minutes to execute all rooting instructions from NookDevs.com to root the device, enable Android Market, download Kindle for Android and have WhisperSync open the book I was reading on the same place I left it off on my Kindle device.
Not a big fan of Kindle on Nook? Angry Birds, games, and all kinds of Android applications can be installed on Nook Color (see the below video):
Nook Color may not be as good an e-book reader as Kindle, but it is a decent entry level Android tablet. B&N can try to keep Kindle off its device. But it has tied its hands by adopting Android.