The latest version of Google Play Books has a new zoom feature that makes it easier to read speech bubbles when reading digital copies of comic books. This addition was appropriately announced at San Diego Comic Con recently.
The Bubble Zoom lets readers zoom in on speech bubbles with a simple tap, making it easier than ever to read the illustrated panels on an electronic device. Rather than having to zoom in on the whole image, just the text portion and dialogue will appear in a larger font, allowing you to still maintain a full page view of the rest of the panels.
This feature, which is already available to Android users, indicates people are increasingly reading on digital devices rather than hard copy editions, even in the realm of graphic novels.
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