Google’s research e-books are coming to Kindle, and the company says it’s looking for more users.
Key points:Users can search Google’s search engine for research books and buy them for $5.99 or moreA Kindle store has been launched, but users will have to search for research to buy themThe company is working with Amazon and others to make it easier to buy and read research, including books by academics and other professionalsWhile Google has said it aims to be the “go-to” resource for research, there have been many obstacles along the way.
Users have been searching Google for over three years to find out how to get books into the Kindle store.
The company has said the book discovery process was designed to be easy, and that the search is designed to “take a moment” to find the book.
So how does the search work?
Google has partnered with Amazon to help users discover and purchase research ebooks.
Users can now search Google for a book and a research title to find that book and then search for the book and search for a research term in the results.
The book title will appear in the search results as well.
Users will be able to click the book name in the top left corner to start searching.
Users can then buy the book for $4.99, which can be combined with other e-readers to make up for the cost of a full Kindle edition.
The Amazon Kindle Store is now available, but will not be available to Kindle users until at least the end of the year.
This is just a small piece of the research-engagement puzzle.
The company also has been working on a new search engine called Audible.
It’s similar to Google’s, but has its own search features, and users can create search lists with their favourite books, which they can then add to the Audible search engine.
In a blog post, Google said the Audibles search is being rolled out to all Kindle owners, and it will launch next month.
This story was updated at 2:05pm AEST to clarify the date of launch.