Google Play Books updated with notable new features

Google Play Books updated with notable new features

If you love reading books and you are also into technology, then I am sure you are familiar with Google Play Books -Google’s very own book store for Android. Google has now updated the application and the update 3.1.17 is slowly rolling out, and it brought some new features to the app.

nexusae0_Screenshot_2013-12-10-17-20-53The most exciting feature is that it will allow users to upload books directly from their devices. Have a look on all the features:

  • Books open more quickly and smoothly.
  • Upload EPUB or PDF files to your library from your phone or tablet. From email or Downloads, touch the file to open it and choose Upload to Play Books.
  • Improved look and feel of highlights and notes.
  • Lower brightness settings, for better reading in low light.
  • Read any book in landscape view.
  • Dismiss recommended books in Read Now.
  • Additional improvements in performance, stability and accessibility.

Are you a Play Books fan? What are your thoughts about the new update? Tell us about it in the comment box below.


Source: Play Store via AndroidPolice

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