You love your Google Play Books app, but have been hoping for some updates. If being able to sync your book annotations to Google Drive was at the top of your list, then today is your lucky day. An update to the Google Play Books app not only brings some seamless syncing, but other improvements as well.
What’s new in this version
You can now sync both your book notes and highlights to Google Drive. Just enable this feature in your app settings and you will receive a pop-up confirming the new folder in your Google Drive. This is great for referencing your items later without having to reopen your books.
The update today, July 21, also includes a left-alignment option and the literata font style. These may seem like just minor updates, but both do add to your overall reading experience on the app. There have also been some improvements to the Read Now interface as well as to stability and performance.
Google Play Books for iOS has over four million books for you to choose from, including New York Times bestsellers. To receive recommendations, just choose your favorite genres such as mystery and thrillers, business and investing, history, humor, and more. You can check out free samples, archive completed items, read books offline, and customize your font and reading mode.
Clean reading experience
Google Play Books has an intuitive interface for both choosing books and reading them. Easily keep track of your progress in the book, jump to different spots, bookmark certain pages, and enjoy a simple reading experience.
Google Play Books is universal and available for free on the App Store.