Join Dan Gookin for an in-depth discussion in this video Reading ebooks, part of Android Tips and Tricks (2015).
- You can pack an inordinate number of eBooks…into your phone or tablet.…Easily toting around an entire library of texts,…but without the associated back pain.…The standard eBook reading app on an Android device…is Google Play Books.…It's tied into the Play store…which is where you obtain reading material.…Before I go into details, be aware that you can't just…copy a PDF or other eBook file to your Android and read it.…You must obtain the eBook from a specific source,…and use an associated app to read that file.…
To peruse your electronic book library,…open the Play Book's app.…Display the navigation drawer.…Choose My Library.…You see recent activities and book suggestions.…If a See All button appears, you can use it view everything.…Otherwise, you only see what you've recently read.…Books are made available through the cloud,…and those books that are available on the device…have a blue circle on them.…That means they can be read with or without…an Internet connection.…
To keep a book on the phone or tablet,…tap the action overflow icon…
- Finding and managing apps
- Shooting video
- Editing images
- Enjoying some tunes
- Reading ebooks
- Exploring Google Now
- Saving maps
- Printing from your Android
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Working with Apps and Widgets
2. Camera and Photo Tips
3. Recreational Activities
4. General Tips and Tricks
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