The world’s largest search engine giant Google has made all necessary plan to introduce it’s new e-book store called Google Editions. The service will sell e-books on the web just like Amazon’s Kindle store or Apple’s iBooks.
Google’s manager for strategic-partner development Chris Palma told The Wall Street Journal about the plans on Tuesday at a publishing- industry panel in New York.
Google has said they want to begin distributing e-books for over a year now, but there was never a set timetable. Where it will differentiate from Amazon and Apple is that it will “allow users to access books from a broad range of sites using multiple devices.”