That is all to say. Google eBooks is eBook reading in the style of Google, that is to say, in the cloud. You can buy books which can be read in any Webkit-compatible web browser, an Android or iOS app, or on the web browsers of mobile phones. The site is built on Java and has 4,000 U.S publishers inside, with up to 35,000 internationally.
As for the works, about 300,000 books are available at first glance for purchase, and 2.5 million as public domain, bringing the tally to almost 3 million books. Now for the extra knowledge that you might want, booksellers will receive 70% of list price, the others will be taking 52%, and others at undisclosed percentages. The entire UI is very straightforward and very much polished and yeah — technically, that’s Google eBooks. And as courtesy, Google provides you with three free books (Pride And Prejudice, Alice, and Great Expectations). The store is live now. Via: Google eBooks