Google Play Books 3.4.5 brings a change that typography aficionados will appreciate: a new default typeface called Literata.
It’s springtime and that means it’s almost time for golf! If you’re looking for some great golf apps, and more stuff to help your game, we got it for you.
A new update to Google Play Books offers the ability to download an offline dictionary, and includes minor tweaks to the side bar.
New users and veterans alike may wish to download the free eBook published by Mountain View to familiarize themselves with Lollipop while waiting for it.
If you’ve been considering getting into Android app development and are looking for a guide to help you on your journey, Google has your back thanks to a new free e-book that has hit Google Play Books, titled “Secrets to App Success”.
A new update to Google Play Books brings material design improvements and a new skim-reading feature that is designed with non-fiction reading in mind.
Google is excellent at catering for the US market and a few other Western countries, but it’s international efforts have been mediocre at best. That’s slowly changing though, as the company it’s expanding its media offerings to new countries.
Google Play Books is coming to 13 new countries in total. While Norway technically received the update on the 4th of June, the remaining 12 should have access starting today.
DC Entertainment will now offer single issue comics directly through Google Play, in addition to already carrying comic collections.
Version 3.1.31 of Google Play Books lets you upload PDF and EPUB files to your library to make them available from any device.