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I can not find the book purchased or uploaded
Bro I pay 30 bucks on the book, however I refresh it or log off log on you just doesn’t let me read more than 1 chapter!
Google Play Books for iOS has basic reading functionality but there’s still room for improvement. Below are some features that will help: ✅ Instant lookup: Please allow users to download offline dictionaries and display definitions instantly when they select a word or phrase (no need to hit the Translate button) ✅ Text-to-speech: Read selected text/paragraphs (or the whole book) out loud with iOS’s built-in TTS voices. ✅ Better popup window for Translated text (it’s quite small currently) ✅ More annotation options: underline, edit bookmark titles, etc. ❕Overall I prefer the reading experience on the iOS Kindle app for now. However the book selection on Google Play Books is better (I like foreign-language books). Hopefully the app will improve with future updates. Thank you for your hard work ❤️ // I’ll change the rating to ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ as soon as there’s a feature upgrade
I don’t read very often but have begun to on my note 9 and am start to using my IPad, I love the smooth transition between the two and the constant updates saving my book position on both devices!
Play Libro es un lector de libros electrónicos que uso con mucha frecuencia para leer específicamente una Bilblia que compré. La Biblia se compone de 66 libros y se me hace muy difícil la navegación entre ellos, por NO TENER UN HISTORIAL DE NAVEGACIÓN. Por favor, ruego que tengan en cuenta este grave error que imposibilita la básica y correcta navegación en los libros electrónicos. En espera de su respuesta.Gracias Atentamente: Lic. Yanier J. Glez. Barrizonte.
My company phone is an Apple phone and I was reading a book I purchased on my android phone to kill time when I realized none a few sentences were missing at the bottom of the page which makes reading practically useless
It's OK, but page turns takes over a second to happen. No highlighting capability, no real navigation features. Not my first, second, or third choice in readers. I'm a piano player and was forced to download new music from the publisher in this format. Not happy about it. I need pages to turn quickly and not have the bookmark bar pop up instead. Other programs I can write on the page, zoom in, highlight, etc.
Google play books is the best app compared to all others for reading.
Pros: The app is very good at syncing between all your devices. Also allows for multiple highlighting and annotations, though they are rather unattractive. Also, kudos to Google for being the only reader that allows you to choose between scanned and flowing editions. This is very helpful for the academic who really needs to see physical page numbers for citation purposes. Cons: The previous update allowed for highlighting of scanned pages, and that's a step in the right direction, but it didn't work very well at all and was quite frankly a mess on the scanned page I used it on. The new search function in PDFs is also a great idea, though, once again, it didn't work on some of the PDFs; it did, however, work on most of them. Lacks one common sense feature. For example, if I select a hyperlink and it takes me to another part of the book, it would be nice to have a "back" button. For endnotes, you can select the number of the endnote and get back to the place you were in the text, but endnotes are not the only hyperlinks, and there needs to be a "back" button in these instances (as there is in the desktop version). Currently there is none. Also, The method of selecting the text for annotation is clunky and needs to be improved like the other readers. Certainly not a replacement for Kindle or Apple Books at this point. Otherwise, a decent app.
I much prefer the Apple Books app. It has a section to put books that I want to read so I have an ongoing list. All of the available books & audio books to purchase are in that same app too. To use the google books app you have to go on google play (which is not an app) & go through movies & tv on there as well. The google books app would be much better if they at least had google play in an app instead of going on chrome & typing it in & ultimately if they just had the available books in the books app itself.