Avid readers will love to hear that Google Play Books has just been updated with a slew of nifty features. First, users can now listen to most flowing text books using the “Read aloud” feature. Albeit it sounds too robotic when used for a long time, it’s a great feature to use especially when you’re too tired and bored to read. Second, readers can now use pinch-zoom or double-tap-zoom in all books. Third, text editing features are now available for notes. And fourth, recommendations are shown at the end of the library and at the end of the books, which makes book discovery easier. Last but definitely not the least are the numerous bug fixes and performance enhancements. Be sure to hit the source link to download the updates.
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