With a few months later, Google on Tuesday launched its digital library in the United States.

The Old Continent will have to wait a month or two. But the United States, the new digital library from Google called Google eBooks is open from Tuesday night. Like its competitors Amazon and Apple hopes to exceed that, the U.S. giant has some 3 millions titles, in English.

Best-sellers, classics, everything is there and their prices vary from 5 to 15 dollars. The public domain works Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen or Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, in turn free.

Google has chosen Ebooks interoperability, their works are read eBooks on your PC, Smartphone or iPhone Ando for the first time on the shelves of IPAD and others, and almost all electronic readers. Only the Amazon Kindle is not compatible with the format proposed by Google.

Ebooks Google has chosen interoperability, because his works are read eBooks on your PC, smartphone or iPhone Andoid originally on the IPAD and other tablets, and almost all eReader. Only Amazon Kindle does not support the format proposed by Google.

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