At long last Blio has finally come to Android.

Android owners can now download the Blio app from the Android Market and run it on any smartphone or tablet with Froyo, Gingerbread, or Honeycomb versions of the Android OS. They’ll be able buy any of over a million free and paid ebooks which are supplied by Baker & Taylor, the world’s largest distributor of print and digital books.

Blio was developed by people who thought that bringing books to life is about more than just recreating the words on the page. It does more than just show eBooks, it displays books in full color, with fonts, pictures, and layout just as the publisher intended.

“With Blio, people don’t just read books, they experience books. Now more readers can immerse themselves in the topics they love and see their books come to life,” said Ray Kurzweil, inventor and founder of K-NFB Reading Technology. “Blio offers the most versatility for readers, and making Blio available on Android devices lets many more readers take their library wherever they go.”