Google Play Books Gets User Ebook Uploads and Drive Support

Google Play Books Gets User Ebook Uploads and Drive Support lifehacker Deadspin Gizmodo Jalopnik Jezebel Kotaku Lifehacker Video index Skillet Two Cents Vitals App directory Gear Google Play Books Gets User Ebook Uploads and Drive Support Thorin Klosowski 5/16/13 7:30am Filed to: google ebooks downloads android downloads iphone downloads syncing 42 Edit Promote Share to Kinja Toggle Conversation tools Go to permalink Google has added the feature to upload your own ebooks to Google Play Books. This means you can upload your own files and read them on any of your devices with the Google Play Books ereader app installed. Advertisement You can upload up to 1,000 EPUB or PDF files, or import files you already keep in Google Drive. Once uploaded, you can read your books in the browser , from the Android app , or iOS app . Your page position, bookmarks, and notes are all synced across all of those devices. Google Play Books | via Ghacks Gear from Kinja Deals Mujjo Made The MacBook Sleeve of Your Dreams Bestsellers: Amazon Echo Treat Yourself (Or a Loved One) to House Cleaning, Get Up to $100 Back From Amazon Reply 42 replies Leave a reply You may also like Adequate Man The 2016 Hater’s Guide To The Williams-Sonoma Catalog Wednesday 11:45am Deadspin Derek Carr's Pass Did Not Hit A Camera Wire Today 8:09am The Slot The Purge of Government Employees Who Believe in Climate Change Has Begun Today 9:10am Recent from Thorin Klosowski 2 194 Lifehacker · Thorin Klosowski Redial the Last Number You Called On iPhone By Just Tapping the Call Button Again 20 minutes ago 1 1.6K Lifehacker · Thorin Klosowski Smarten Up a Cheap Projector With a Raspberry Pi 50 minutes ago 1 10 9.7K Lifehacker · Thorin Klosowski Oversight Monitors Your Mac's Camera and Microphone Access, Alerts You When They're Active Yesterday 1:30pm Share Tweet About Blog Need Help? Content Guide Lifehacker Store Redirecting to the Lifehacker store in Disclaimer: You are leaving a Gizmodo Media Group, LLC website and going to a third party site, which is subject to its own privacy policy and terms of use. Continue Permissions Privacy Terms of Use Advertising Jobs RSS ©2016 Gizmodo Media Group Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.