We went on a Google News strike yesterday (every day more Apple-Google news!!) but this one is a bit too good to pass up.  Google Mobile Book search is now available for iPhone (and Android).  We’ll let Google go from here:

Over 1.5 million public domain books in the US (and over half a million outside the US) are now available for perusing on iPhone and Android devices. Just go to books.google.com/m in your mobile browser. You can search for a title, author, or subject. Or you can browse the list of "Featured books" and various categories like business and economics, the classics, science and math, travel, and more. Once you’ve picked out a book or two, you can easily get back to your selections by clicking on the "Recently viewed books" under the "My books" section.

Read more about the launch and Optical Character Recognition from the Book Search team on the Inside Google Book Search blog.  We wish there was a place that covered all of this Google news…

 

 

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