Google Play Books Can Now Sync Notes To Google Drive

Google Play Books Can Now Sync Notes to Google Drive

Google Play Books has been our top pick for ereader on Android for a while. Now, it's getting a little better. The newest version of Play Books allows you to sync your notes, highlights and bookmarks to a separate folder in Google Drive.

The option is buried in the app's settings. Once you enable it, Play Books will create a folder in your Google Drive account and fill it with any notes or highlights you make while reading. You can duplicate the notes document and edit it as a regular Google Doc. This can be particularly handy if you're doing research or trying to track a complex story.

(Update: Changelog And Google Drive Note Sync) Play Books v3.5 Gets A UI Refresh, Adds New Suggestion Experience To Find Books You Might Like, And More [Android Police]


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