Google Play Books App Hits Five South American Countries
Google has launched its Play Books app for the web, iOS and Android in five South American countries. Books lover in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela can now read books on their laptops and iOS/Android devices via Google Play.
Book lovers in these countries can now start reading millions of titles from Google Play on the web and iOS/Android devices. They can take their favorite books with them on the go and personalize their overall reading experience. Bookworms can also shop for books on their browser at Google Play.
But one thing needs to be made clear. This Google Play expansion tour is valid only for books. Movies and music are not still available in these countries on Google Play.
Seoul, South Korea – RNTS Media is delighted to announce the launch of their new strategy game, Rise of Rome (Free-Games), which is taking the world by storm. The dynamic game leads players through the creation of the Roman Empire and teaches them how to become true Roman heroes as the battle and conquer in the steps of history.
Rise of Rome has a feature that no other strategy games provide – the player can choose his own hero at the beginn ... Source: MacMegasite
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Aug 12 2014, 10:00am CDT
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