Google Play Books app updated to allow users to upload their files

Bookworms have some great news coming their way. Google Play Books app has been updated for iOS and Android devices, and the changelog looks good.


The apps have been updated to allow users to read their own PDF and EPUB files. Play Books app users now have the ability to upload their files through the Google Play website (, and read those across all their devices. 


In addition to those mentioned above, the updated Play Books Android app now features a refreshed design, that has taken over even the library, Table of Contents view and the recommendations page at the end of the book. A confirmation dialogue will now pop-up to prevent users from accidentally un-downloading a book. 

Read to your heart's content now!

Read to your heart's content!



To download the updated Android app, click here. Those looking to download the updated iOS app, can click here


The Google Play Books app, finally made it to our side of the world in March this year. At the time of its launch, the interface had been rearranged to include a new section—Books. Hit the Books section on the Play store, and browse through and download books.


Google Play Books has a wide variety of books you can buy or download for free. Like the rest of Google Play, Books too has been arranged in various sections, including Top Selling, Top Free, New Arrivals in Fiction and New Arrivals in Non-Fiction. You can also browse through categories such as Biographies, Children's Books, Cooking, Fiction & Literature, History and Romance.

Published Date: May 16, 2013 10:10 am | Updated Date: May 16, 2013 10:10 am