How to upload PDF and EPUB files into Google Play Books | PCWorldGoogle has recently added the feature of uploading local ebooks to Google Play Books app, for both iOS, Android, and web reading platform. So today I am introducing how to upload local downloaded book to Google Play Books app. Please use this tool to decrypt them all at first, it's pretty easy-to-use, one click you can finish the job. And you have two ways to upload a book, from computer or Google Drive an online file storage service provided by Google. Choose the way you like, find the book, then click upload, you can see the upload process bar as the image above shows. Then you will see this book displayed in your Google Play Books library, with your purchased books.
How To Upload Documents, E-books to Google Play Books for FREE
Google Play Books Increases EPUB and PDF File Upload Limits
This makes Play Books a fairly good little e-reader app, because you can load in your own books you downloaded from the internet or eTextbooks. Today, Google has announced that they have increased the file upload limits to MB. When it comes to PDF files, they are often large in size. This is due to lots of images and documents that can range between and pages. When we have reviewed various tablets over the years, we tend to always throw large files with a complex layout.
Google now lets you upload your personal reading content directly from your Android device. This offers a much more convenient way to read the things you want, rather than just what's available on the Google Play Store. Originally, Google Books was only good at doing one thing: reading content from the Google Play Store. This meant you could read free books, or the ones you purchased -- and that was it. When the update allowing your personal files to be uploaded to Google Books came along, the app made a giant leap forward. Now Android devices could be even more competitive with traditional e-readers that allow side-loading. Unfortunately, the upload feature was limited to your Web browser.