Google Books app offers access to over 2 million Google eBooks on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. Take your favorite books with you on the go.
Today, Google has updated its Books app for iOS, and the new version brings a handful of bug fixes, performance improvements, and a couple of new features. One of these is iPad-specific: reading books in the landscape orientation on Apple tablets is now possible. The second is the addition of a Find feature which shows you all the matches for a particular query as you scroll.
Tapping Get Books now logs you into the Google eBookstore with the same username you used to log into the app itself. The magnifier has been removed, the book downloading experience and the overall speed of the app have been improved, and 3D page turning now works on iPads running iOS 4.3.
What’s New in Version 22.214.171.1247:
- Read Google eBooks in Landscape mode on your iPad
- “Find” feature shows all matches in the book as you scroll down
- Tapping “Get eBooks” signs into Google eBookstore with the username used to login into the app
- Added a clear no-network error message alert
- Removed magnifier
Download From: iTunes App Store (Free)