Originally Posted by John F
IMO, the Nook would be the better choice. It gives you more choices to pick how you want the page to appear (margins, line spacing, ...). .
Initially was considering the Kobo for Android app (NOOKcolor) and the Kobo Touch as a complement. Quite surprised the app doesn't have adjustments for margins, line spacing, and background color. Kobo Touch is missing what I consider to be standard features (change of background color not applicable of course). Those are my reasons for going with the NOOK for Android app and NOOK Touch.