Google has officially announced that its Play Bookstore is now available for customers living in Mexico. English and Spanish digital books will both be available from Random House Mondadori and Planeta and also tons of other international publishers.
Customers living in Mexico are now allowed to buy books directly to their Google account on the web or via the dedicated Google Books app on Android and a myriad of other platforms. The books that are purchased will be attached to the customer’s main Google account, and be accessible on any tablet, phone, or e-reader. Google has confirmed that over one million paid ebooks will be available for patrons to purchase, such as La Emoción de las Cosas de Ángeles Mastretta, Cincuenta Sombras de Grey de E.L. James, y El tango de la Vieja Guardia de Arturo Pérez-Reverte. Google Books is continuing to push its ecosystem into as many markets as possible.
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