Google changes default app on Google Play Books to improve the reading experience
It is unclear how the new default font will be rolled out. It could be in the form of a regular update to the app, or a change made via a server side update.
Google Play Books allows you to choose from a large library consisting of more than 4 million titles including New York Times bestsellers. You can even save books to read offline later when you don't have an internet connection. While there are millions of free books, even paid titles offer previews in the form of free chapters that you can read. And some books offer text-to-speech capabilities.
If you like the idea of curling up with your smartphone on a rainy day to catch up on your reading, check out the new Literata font. It just might help you get through a lot of reading without bothering your peepers.
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source: @GooglePlay via AndroidCentral