There are now more than 1.5 million books for iPad available, according to Polygon, a digital bookstore that tracks the best-selling e-books on iOS.
Algebra eBooks on the iPad are available for free to iPad owners.
They are not yet available for sale to iPhones and Android users, but they will be in the next few months.
These books will be free to download for all users on the iPhone and iPad, but will not be available on the Google Play Store.
“If you are a paid iPad owner, we’ll have a few iPad-specific books coming out over the next month or two,” said the store’s VP of business development, Scott Smith.
“We’ve been talking with Apple about making it easier to download those.”
These books will also be available to non-Apple owners through a free update on Apple’s website, which has a number of titles including “How to Make Your Own Things” and “How To Become an Engineer.”
Apple says the books will include a full set of rules for building a robot.
The new books are a direct response to Apple’s decision to remove some of the books that had been available on Android and iOS in September.
The company said at the time that it would not allow users to download new books on those platforms until they made improvements to the app’s design.
Smith said the company had also started work on new books for iPhone owners that will be released in the coming months.
“We’re looking at ways to create more and more fun things for people on our platforms,” Smith said.
“This is a really important step for us as we move forward with the future of the iPad.
We’re really excited to bring these new books to everyone.”
The new collection of books is expected to be released this fall.