Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Google Play Books for Android updated, brings dictionary, translation and places features


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Written by G.Я     9/25/2012 09:40:00 am  No comments

Google Play Books app for Android phones has been updated with some nice features like dictionary, translation, places and highlighting text. The Play Book app for Android enables you to read more than 4 million books on the go.

Google Play Books for Android
New & Notable Features of Google Play Books for Android:-
Places and dictionary - Starting today, when you come across an unfamiliar geographic location—a faraway city or distant mountain range—you can tap on the location to learn more about it. You’ll see an info card with a Google Map and the option to get more information by searching on Google or Wikipedia. Similarly when you come across an unfamiliar word (say, abligurition or jentacular), just tap it for a quick definition.
Translation - For those adventurous readers making their way through books in non-native languages, you can now easily translate words or phrases to and from a number of languages. Just select the text or word and use the button on the top action bar to indicate which language you’d like translate into.
Highlighting and notes - Starting today, you can highlight text and easily take notes. And because all your books live in the cloud, highlights and notes sync on your tablet, phone and the web.


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