Google Play Books

8 more countries can now access Google Play Movies

Do people still go to actual movie theaters? Do people still watch TV on the actual TV set? Some would say there are still "old school" media consumers who prefer to access their movies and TV shows in its original format. But a lot would say that digital content has already eclipsed movie tickets and TV viewership, or at least it's getting there. Google Play Movies continues to expand its reach of bringing this digital videos to your Android devices, and now 8 more countries have been added to their list.

Google Play Books now makes it easier to read non-fiction

While fiction reading through digital means have really taken up these past few years, some people would still prefer to read non-fiction material the old school way because it's easier to skim through it, refer to notes they've made, etc. The latest update to Google Play Books now makes it easier to do the same in your non-fiction ebooks as it will allow users to browse through, make notes, highlight and other features just like you would a real book.

Google Play Books to add 13 more countries to its roster

Mobile book readers in 13 countries will soon be able to access and buy ebooks through Google Play Books as Google continues to expand their market, this time in Central, North and South America, plus two more European countries. The new app update will bring a total of 58 countries where the ebooks are available, although its support page doesn't show it yet and will take some time to roll it out.

Google Play Textbooks appear in time for school

Google made a promise last month to help out students by introducing a textbook category in its Google Play Books Store. It has now delivered on that promise just before the fall semester starts. A good number of books on a variety of different subjects are now available and are on discount for a limited time.
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