Kobo has announced its Vox eReader/tablet is gaining access to Google Play, the search giant’s answer to Apple’s iTunes and AppStore.
The Vox is a 7”, Android powered tablet which also provides access to Kobo’s eBook store and the user’s reading library.
The addition of Google Play gives users access to more than 500,000 apps including games, movies and music.
“Google Play is the perfect addition for the content-rich eReading environment of the Kobo Vox,” said Dan Leibu, Chief Technology Officer, Kobo.
“This is another big step in our ability to give people an open and compelling multimedia device that can be customised to suit their needs. Having access to the thousands of games, apps and tools offered by Google Play makes the Kobo Vox an eReader and so much more.”