We have noticed that the Android community sites out there do much of the same thing. We cover some of the same news, we did out announcements by various companies and carriers, we talk about app updates and new technology. No one ever talks about what some of them can give you though. That is why you are seeing movies, magazines and books popping up in your feed from us. It is all part of the Play Store and all runs on your device, why not tell you about it, right?
The Google Play Books app update yesterday and solved 90 issues along with various crashes and other fixes. We know a lot of you guys have the app, it got a lot of attention. Those that don’t might think it is just a silly book reading app for books that cost to much anyways. Well, we can agree with that, to an extent, but there are plenty of great classics and plenty of other books in the Play Store that a person can pick up for FREE. Yes, there are legitimately free books out there. An entire section dedicated to them actually. All you have to do is cruise through them and add them to your collection. The best part, they are there to read on your phone, tablet or even you PC. Which also makes a semi interesting point, even if you don’t have an Android device, but a GMail account, you can still read them on your PC. That is pretty cool. So, as a little extra incentive, below is a list of some of the free books that I have in my collection. Each title is a link to head straight in and pick it up.
There are so many, that it was hard to just list a few. If you haven’t given the Play Store Books a fair shake yet, maybe you should. I am already finding a ton of books that I plan to pick up and to share with you guys. Expect to see some more posts about books, movies, TV shows and other things the Android and the Play Store have to offer. Don’t forget, you will need the Google Play Books apps to enjoy any of those titles about and many more.