It is further reported that the ebook store has been made live on the web version of Google Play as well as on the mobile version.
It enables the Users to install the Play Books app on their Android or iOS mobile device or to download, read and manage the ebooks they’ve purchased.
They can further read books on third party ereader apps by transferring them from their computers using the Adobe Digital Editions Desktop Reader.
Users can also preview some books on their computer or phone before buying them.
Books are reported to be stored on the cloud so that the users whenever want shall simply need Internet connectivity to access them.
However, the Play Books reader apps remember the page of the book where the reader left, the last time he was reading.
Keeping in mind the Indian market, Google has further customized the store, and has added books from Indian authors like Amish Tripathi, Devdutt Pattanaik, and Khushwant Singh, among others.
The move comes almost six months after Amazon launched the Kindle Store in India. Indian e-commerce major, Flipkart had also started offering ebooks, last year.