Google Books adds library management


Google has released an update to Google Books for iOS devices adding support for managing the user’s Google Books library and improving book formatting and accessibility features. Google Books for iOS provides iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users with access to the Google eBooks library on the go allowing them to read any free or previously purchased content in their Google Books account in a native iOS application. The latest version adds a new “Manage” mode that allows users to archive free and paid books after reading and remove sample books from the library entirely. The update also improves the display of ebooks with flowing text and adds support for the iOS VoiceOver feature. Google Books is available from the U.S. App Store as a free download.

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