Google is launching a new mobile bookshop service in South African market, targeting the digital bookshop market.
It has launched the ‘Bookshop Mobile’ app, which will be available for iOS and Android devices and allows users to browse, buy, review and download books from the mobile app, as well as to view the latest reviews of books, bookshelves and more.
The app allows users the ability to browse through and download the library of books in the app, browse bookshelve items and view a library of movies, TV and other content.
The company says that this is the first app in South East Africa to offer this functionality, and that the launch is targeted at the South African digital book market.
According to the app description, the app allows consumers to search through their library of popular books, movies, tv series, and music.
It is also available for iPhone and iPad, and supports up to 25 books per book.
The app offers a bookshop mode, where customers can browse through the library, buy books and reviews.
The company says customers can view reviews of upcoming titles and get a notification on their device when new reviews are posted.
The app will allow customers to add books to their library by adding books to the shopping cart or adding books from other users.
The store can then be accessed from any smartphone, tablet or computer.
The launch of the app follows on from Google’s recent acquisition of a number of South African bookstores, including The Bookseller.
The Bookseller is the only South African online bookshop, and the South Africa-based publisher is currently one of the fastest-growing online bookstores in the world.