It seems it was a bit too early to rejoice over the news that Google Play Books would allow uploading of books directly from Android devices. While the feature still works for EPUBs, a recent update to the app has removed support
Google has just pushed out an update to its Google Play Books app that brings in a couple of improvements and new features. In particular, it has now added support for uploading books to Google Play directly from the device
Surprisingly and without much fanfare, nor formal announcements, Google has released version 3 of its Google Play Books Android app. The changelog is quite short and to the point and the new version focuses on the thing that
Google is stepping up its education thrust and has now made its Google Play Books store available in nine more territories. Joining the list of supported markets is New Zealand and eight Asian countries.
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
It seems that Google has started pushing out the next major version of its Play Store app. Although there doesn’t seem to be any major overhaul, Play Store 4.3.10 introduces some changes that will give users a smoother and
Today those folks from Google have issued a quick update to their increasingly popular Google Play Books application for Android. The update added a few new features, fixed a truckload of bugs it apparently had, and even added
Google has pushed the latest update for the Play Books app, which as one may have assumed, is available by way of the Google Play Store. This update has brought a few new features as well as some other, more general, fixes and