Google Play Books is coming to Latin America, as noted by AndroidPolice. The latest markets covered by the service include Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru And Venezuela, from where users are able to browse the store, and buy any book they want only to later enjoy it on their computer, smartphone or tablet.
While we’re sure the search giant would like to rollout its services across the globe, rules of the “offline world” prevent it from doing so in a single swoop. The problem comes with publishing rights with some companies holding exclusive licenses to sell certain books in some markets. This is obviously a solvable issue but it takes some time. And that’s why we’ll be seeing staged rollouts of Google’s services. We like how they’re getting faster, though.