Although Google eBooks are not an integral part of free audio books, starting this week we will be scouring the vast amount of free eBooks available on Google’s library. The reason why we are doing this is because we have received some emails from people who are also interested in downloading ebooks that are not necessarily audio-assisted, but can also be fun and entertaining to read.
Why should you also be interested in Google eBooks?
Aside from the vast collection of titles that Google eBooks has to offer, one of the main attractions is the possibility of reading content on virtually any device. As long as you have a device that has an internet connection, you are good to go. Google’s eBook readers are available for most popular devices, such as the Android powered mobile phones, everything iSometing (iPhone, iPad, etc), Sony readers, B&N Nook and obviously for your desktop, so you can also download it for reading offline.
[note]iRiver Story HD– Enjoy your favorite novels on this digital, hi-def book reader from iRiver. This device provides up to two gigabytes of memory and can accommodate an SD card. This device is Wi-Fi enabled, so you can access thousands of title from Google eBooks. [/note]
Let’s hear what more they have to say:
Google eBooks are stored in the cloud, so there is no file to download if you want to read on your computer, phone or tablet. To read online using the web reader, simply click the read button on any free or purchased ebooks. Once you open your book using our mobile reader apps, your book will sync to your device and you can continue reading it online or offline.
[note]Here’s a list of some great classic downloadable free ebooks from Google.[/note]
With Google eBooks apps, you can start reading seamlessly on virtually all of your devices right now. Your ebooks will be stored within your Google account, which allows them to save your page positions and sync across all the devices as you continue reading. Whenever you want, just access the eBook once again and it will take you directly were you left off.
While we will be featuring Google eBooks from now on, our main focus will still be to scour the web for the best “open source” and free audio books or audible content.