6 December 2010 | Category: Online
Google today launched its own eBook store, which will allow users to read books on any digital advice with a browser.
The new eBook store will now compete with Amazon and Apple for a share in the digital eBook market. Unlike Amazon and Apple, Google is not selling an eBook reader and their eBooks will be available to read on any device with a web browser.
It was originally thought that Google would called its eBook store 'Google Editions', but has now decided to call it 'Google eBooks'.
Google eBooks is currently only available to the US, but it will be released internationally early next year.