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Google launches Play Books in five South American countries

6 December 2013

From AndroidOS.in:

Google has expanded Play Books support to five new markets today. This eBook store is now accessible to users in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela.

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The latest expansion comes around the month after Google Play Books support reached South Africa, Turkey and Switzerland. The total number of countries, where Play Books are accessible, currently stands at 44 countries.

Link to the rest at AndroidOS.in

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2 Comments to “Google launches Play Books in five South American countries”

  1. I forced myself to get my books onto Google Play because of ‘Kobogeddon’. I’m not sure of it’s the worst upload and account-creating system, but feel it would be in the top 5 at least. I’m also quote shocked (and rather gratified) to find I’ve sold something!
    It’s another potential sales channel, and it’s not Kobo.

  2. Google is on the move. I just had their new Google Fiber installed. It delivers a fiber optic cabe into the middle of my basement, with a bandwidth of one gigabit. They include a Nexus-7 tablet that integrates with the TV. A single account pays for TV, internet, app store, books, and videos. They make it very easy to give them money.

    They could very easily include books the same way they sell the videos. Just page through the books on the TV, and click. The book then downloads to the Nexus just like the video does.

    Record eight channels at once, with a 500 hour capacity. I think this is just the beginning.

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