Books on Google Play now available in India
Books on Google Play include thousands of Indian titles, from new releases to classics.
New Delhi: Google has now added books to its Google Play store, for usersin India. Books on Google Play include thousands of Indian titles, from new releases to classics.
The Play Store now has two sections - Apps and Books. Selecting Apps will take you to the old app store, where you can download apps and games, while selecting Books will take you to Google Play Books, where you can browse through and download books.
Your library is at your fingertips no matter where you are. With Google Play you can read on the device of your choice. And with your books in the cloud you can read on the web, a phone, or a tablet and pick up right where you left off.
Users will be able to discover, purchase and read books on Android phones and tablets, your computer - you can purchase and read books on the Google Play store and read in your web browser. Users can also read books on iPhones and iPads i.e., in the Google Play Books app.
The Play Books app was also updated today for performance and UI improvements. There is a drop-down menu in the library that allows you to filter books by type.
(With inputs from Tech2)
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