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Default [Q] Library Manager app?

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Is there an app that will manage the library on the nook glow/simple touch better than the standard shelves? Adding a new book to a shelf is painful when you have to scroll through all the books already on the card! What I'd like is something like calibre where I can tag books and then create folders by tags.

I've found thread on fixed shelving but that app seems to be complex to use and maybe not finished.

I've also found this library thread but that too seems to be unfinished. V1.1 is the latest on the web site which doesn't look at the SD card.

Is there a free app in google play that works? I've failed to find one, most seem to want a later OS version.

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Renate's Library.apk 1.10 is the best I've found. Get it here : http://www.temblast.com/download/Library-1.10.apk

That said, you can search only authors and titles. You can't label your books like the B&N shelf function, as poorly executed as it is . I think the lack of a good retrieval system is a major problem with ebook readers. I have more than 1,000 books and sorting by subject would be very useful.
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