Although the first “real” Android tablet was in the 7 inch flavor it wasn’t Honeycomb so Google overlooked it for it’s Google Books library application. Now that there is a new onslaught of 7″ Honeycomb tablets, Google has updated it’s Google Books app to display better on 7″ tablets. The Acer Iconia A100, Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus, the T-Mobile 7″ Google Tablet and the Toshiba Thrive 7″ version will all have a better Google Books experience now.
Google has also added the ability to search within books, as well as a +1 button so you can share which books you like and which ones you don’t.
Google Books boasts over 5,000,000 downloads in the Android Market and over 3 million titles.
Google recently launched the iRiver Google book reader at Target. The dedicated e-reader looks very similar to the original Kindle and original Nook. However after a few weeks at Target stores it’s already been discounted.