Google Books and Google Chrome, both being Google products, means it just a matter of time before the two started to merge, and the latest development is all good news for e-book lovers. For now, users will get to download e-books from the Google Book store via the Chrome web browser and read them even when not connected to the net.
Of course, you will need to have a Google Books app for Chrome installed to get started. With that done, all you have to do is access the eBookstore, select an e-book of your choice, and choose the option ‘Make available offline.’
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