Google’s latest blog post on the “Gospel eBooks” template, an ebook template which can be used to create a variety of ebooks, makes a few claims that may be worth noting.
The blog post by Google explains that it is designed to “simplify the experience of creating ebooks”.
“The goal is to create easy to use templates that make it easy to create, share and review your ebooks,” the blog post explains.
It goes on to explain that these templates can be added to any content that you want to create or share on Google+, Google+, Gmail and Google Drive.
“The template will help you create the ebooks you want without creating a lot of duplicate content.”
This is certainly a valid point, but the blog is not saying that the templates are better than those available elsewhere.
For example, they may not have the same functionality or features as Google’s own templates, but they can be very similar.
The templates are available to download from the Google Play Store.
Google’s blog post also says that there are other ways to use the template.
It says:If you have any questions, you can ask on the blog.
The article is also interesting in that it talks about how Google will be working on “Gnostic eBooks”.
This is a term that is being used to describe an ebook that is intended to be a completely different kind of book than what Google’s other ebook templates.
For example, Google will offer a “Glyph eBook”, which will be a book that contains all of the content from Google+ along with the Google+ search results, but with a different format.
This book will be called a “gist”.
Gist eBooks are a particularly good example of how Google has chosen to design its templates in a way that is different from other ebook template providers.
“You may be surprised to learn that Google is working on a new way to provide better ebook experiences,” the post says.
“We are currently working on what we call a ‘Gnostic eBook’ for use on Google+.
We are currently testing a number of formats and we’ll be sharing more information about what we are working on soon.”
This would mean that Google would not be making any changes to its existing ebook templates at all, but would be creating a new, entirely new ebook template to use instead.
This would allow Google to focus on the content that it currently has a large number of eBooks available in its catalogue.
Google’s blog also talks about the new Gist eBook.
It adds that it will “have a similar structure to Google+”, but will include “the same content” as the other Google eBooks.
“Google+ is a great way to share stories and experiences with friends and colleagues.
But it also has a long list of restrictions, including restrictions on images and embedding.”
These restrictions will also be different to the restrictions that other ebook providers have placed on Google+ content.
Google is not telling us what the Gist ebook will look like, but it is making it clear that it would include the same content as the Google Books eBooks, but be different in content, and thus the functionality.
The new Grist eBook will be similar to Google’s existing ebook offerings, but will have a different structure and functionality.
Google wants to be able to offer a new eBook format that is better than Google Books, and that is what we will be testing out when we get our hands on the new template.