Google has launched a new Google Free Reading option that will let you search and read eBooks on the Google Play Store.
Google has been working on the new option for some time, with the company working on it for about a year and a half, according to a report in the UK’s The Telegraph.
Google has now launched the new Google Play Books feature, which will let users search for “free books,” “books on Kindle,” “ebooks on Google Play,” and “free ebooks.”
The feature is meant to make it easier for people to discover and download books, as well as help people find the right ebooks to read.
The Google Play Free Reading feature is only available to users who subscribe to the Google Family of Apps, which lets Google and publishers publish their ebooks for free.
While Google is not required to offer the new feature, Google is likely hoping that people will want to use the feature to get their hands on more ebooks.
In addition to the free Kindle books feature, there are now two other search options: “Read more,” and the search term “free” in the upper right corner of the screen.
This article originally appeared on Digital Trends and was reprinted with permission.