The Google+ platform has just become even more embedded and synchronized into users’ daily Internet activities. Now users will be able to use their accounts when signing into websites and applications instead of creating an entire new account, essentially threading Google (News - Alert) even deeper into the overall layer of the Internet.
To continue its world dominance, Google has just released new features for its Google Play platform, which will now offer thousands of Indian titles that can be read and shared on users’ Android (News - Alert) phones or tablets.
Users can purchase and read books on Andriod phone and tables, iPhones, iPad and computers, where Indian book lovers can find great authors like Amish Tripathi, Devdutt Pattanaik and APJ Abdul Kalam, plus international bestsellers from the world’s largest ebookstore.
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This new addition comes just as Google begins to unveil features to its Google+ and plans expand on its digital music platform by negotiating with major record labels to license their music and to give the opportunity to use songs in videos on YouTube (News - Alert).
Google Play has revolutionized electronic book reading by offering users the option of not only reading books on a designated device like a Kindle, but from any Web browser, whether its mobile device or computer. Instead of limiting users to a strict e-book device, Google Play joins the mobile device revolution of function as a multimedia device, and thanks to the BYOD trend, has even moved into the work environment.
As Google continues to embed the entire world and technologies latest creations into one platform it will be interesting to see how other companies hold up next to its ever-growing multifaceted empire.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey