Google Docs Made It Easier To View Documents On Most E-Readers

A small but extremely useful update for budding authors using Google Docs, you can now easily export your musings as epub files, which is among the most popular open format for ebooks.
Google states,
“EPUB is the most widely supported file format for publishing accessible documents and digital books, allowing people to consume long-form content in their preferred apps on a diverse range of screen sizes and devices, including smartphones, tablets, and eReaders. To make it easier for authors, publishers, and academic institutions to create works that can be consumed digitally, today we’re launching the ability to export Google Docs files as EPUB publications. Simply go to the File menu > Download as > EPUB Publication (.epub).”
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The most important advantage with Epub over PDF or any other document format is its ability to automatically and quickly adjust text for different screen sizes. It allows the users to change the font and the size of the text, along with accepting GIF, JPEG, PNG and SVG images.
It also supports almost all e-readers available except Amazon’s Kindle; hence you will not have to worry if your PDFs are of the right aspect ratio or if the text display is correct on your e-reader.