How to Read Google Play Books on Amazon Kindle and other devicesThis process is similar to what Google lets you do with Google Play Music. Books can be loaded from your Google Drive account or from your computer. To upload a book from your computer, use the Upload tab. Otherwise, look under My Drive to pick an e-book from your Google Drive account. Your items may take a few minutes to have cover art appear. In some cases, the cover art won't appear at all, and you'll have a generic cover or whatever happened to be on the first page of the book. There doesn't appear to be a way to fix that problem at this time, but customizable covers may be a future feature.
How to transfer your purchased Google eBook to your eReader
How to Upload Your Own E-Books to Google Play Books
Google Play Books is a good place to get ebooks of any genre — from fiction to non-fiction, to self-help and even academic books — that too, at pretty affordable prices. And you can download purchased Google Play ebooks to your computer following the simple steps below. Note: Not all books are supported for download. Check the details page of your book in the Play Store for availability. An ACSM file is not a typical ebook file format. It does not contain any information about the ebook itself. If you purchase ebooks from various online stores and providers, Calibre is a must-have software for all your ebook management needs.
You can use the Google Play Books website to do this on a desktop computer, or you can use the Google Play Books app on an iPhone or an Android to ensure that you'll be able to read the book even when you don't have Internet or cellular data access. To download Google Books to your iPhone or iPad, first, open your Google Play Books app and go to your Library by tapping the 3 vertical lines in the upper-left corner of the screen. For more help, like how to add a free book to your library, read on! This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Learn why people trust wikiHow. The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions and validated that they work. Learn more