Google has launched a new eBookstore in the U.S. which offers a library of over 3 million titles
Once the eBook is chosen (and if necessary, paid for) it can be read via free device apps or a dedicated web reader
The Google Books project search page now features a link to the new eBookstore
It's been six years since Google announced its plan to digitize vast collections of literary works and make them available to view online. Now the search giant has launched a new eBookstore in the U.S. where users are able to get hold of more than three million digital titles, including the latest best sellers, recommended reads and lots and lots of classics. Google eBooks are compatible with numerous Internet-enabled devices and can also be read online via a free browser-based portal.
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