This is the app I installed.
I then just logged in with the username and password I'd used on the Android version of the app and all my licenses were carried over - IIRC I might have needed to try logging in twice but it definitely worked
Paholman, another advantage to CoPilot is that any maps you buy on Android are also available on other platforms.
I picked up a cheap Nokia 520 as a backup phone and also to try out WP8 generally and was delighted to discover that, once I'd downloaded the free CoPilot base app and logged in, my European maps and free traffic update were available to download without any further purchase.
I rooted my Nook and installed Gapps using NookManager but I've found that the USB connection drops whenever I try transferring data over it. It's somewhat random so I might be able to transfer a single ebook but `if I try sening a dozen or so over from Adobe Digital Editions I'll run into problems.
I tried reverting back to stock using the Factory Reset option in Nook manager but that didn't seem to help, but rolling back using the backup I took before rooting does seem to have resolved the problem.
1) a common CPU for all versions of the phone. None of this rumoured US (and possibly UK) get Snapdragon 600s while the rest of the world gets octa-core Exynos 5, malarky.
2) a BIIIG battery. I don't care if it means the SGS4 is thicker than the iPhone, stick a battery in there that will comfortably run the phone for a weekend on a single charge. I strongly suspect that battery life is one of the reason the Note phones have been such a hit and since they are scaling up the SGS4 to near Note size then skimping on battery capacity in favour of looks would be a backwards step.
3) Wacom digitizer. The Note 2's S-Pen is one if it's greatest features so the ability to use it with the (probably 1080p) screen of the SGS4, even if you have to buy it seperately, would be lovely.
4) Removable battery and micro-SD card slot.
Oh and a stock keyboard with a number row - though that's probably just cos I'm weird like that.
They reviewed this over at Android Police a while back and it sounds surprisingly good
Also it's now rooted so GApps are available as well
I'm currently using the Finless 1.4 ROM from here and wifi seems to be pretty stable with it, thought I haven't done any speed testing with it yet.
The PC Based install process is a little tricky to get sorted but I found it worked much more reliably if I made sure that ADB Debugging was turned off on the stick.