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Google Play Books - Android App
E-Books are becoming more and more popular, it’s just so convenient to carry digital books with you at all times.
Everyone knows about Kindle, it’s a fantastic resource for buying books of all types and sync’s effortlessly across all platforms.
What about books you don’t buy from the Kindle Book Store? More and more places and people are selling Books themselves either in ePub format and more increasingly in PDF format.
I recently wrote some content for the Forum about my Hobby involving Digital Art. If you’ve not seen it, you can read it HERE
I am a self taught Artist, so I rely heavily on consuming large volumes of reference material and “How to” Books, much of this material comes in PDF format.
This leaves me with an issue of how to access this material on different devices without having to load the same content over and over again, using up valuable storage capacity. (not all devices have external capacity)
Enter…. “Google Play Books” Link to Play Store
This is a Free App that can manage ALL your Books, synchronise across All Android devices and also allow “Offline” reading too!
First things first… You will obviously need a Google Account; make sure you are signed into the account on your PC/Laptop
Tip: It’s easier to upload a file on your computer rather than your Android device.
You can see all files you uploaded at My Library > Uploads.
Just some of my uploads… :smileywink:
This is a great guide @thesoupdragon .
Quick question, I notice what look like Manga in the bottom right hand corner of your picture. I'm a bit of a consumer of Graphic Novels and Manga but I've yet to find a decent viewer for them online. Any recomendations?
Ahh, ok. I try to keep up to date a few manga but I'm starting to run out of space to house them. For example, one of the titles I'm reading, Bleach, is currently at 66 volumes and still growing. At some point I'd like to read One Piece as well and thats in the 70s and it's not finished yet. This is the main reason I'm looking at getting some sort of reader for my devices.
As for Anime on Netflix, there are a few choices I could recommend.
Death note - A very intense psychological thriller with some supernatural tones thrown in.
Attack on Titan - Currently very popular, giant fighting action series.
Fullmetal Aclhemist - Exceptionally well put together action anime.
Gurren Lagann - Completely over the top Mecha show.