Also strange in the world of Android and Kobo is the HTC-Flyer a 7" Android tablet that has a built in reader application "powered by Kobo". Purchases are made from Kobo and your Kobo library (previous purchases) are all set up on a separate screen for easy downloads.
Stranger still, is the application doesn't look like any other Kobo application, rather it's almost identical in appearance to the iBook application. It has the same page illustration background and swipes/taps give you a curled page turning effect. It also comes with different colored background themes. All in all a very nice application, but unlike anything else they have produced.