A simple, practical and effective application that comes in handy for users who need to download books from Google Books website
|Updated||Jan 6th 2014|
iWesoft N/A N/A
|Crack Size||3.8 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit|
Free Google Books Downloader is a reliable and useful utility that helps you to download your favorite Google books and save them to your computer effortlessly.
The main window of the application is very simple and intuitive. Simply paste the URL address of the preferred book, choose the output destination folder and save the current file as PDF or as images.
After the downloading process is finished, the application will display a small window that allows you to open the file with ease.
The usage of Free Google Books Downloader is very simple. When you navigate through books and decide to download a specific one, simply copy the URL address of the selected book. After that, the URL link is automatically copied to clipboard and recognized by the application.
You’ll just have to set up the output location, choose the format you want and wait for Free Google Books Downloader Crack to grab your file.
During our tests, we found out that the downloading process runs smoothly in the background and does not cause the system to freeze, and neither does it impact other running applications.
However, a downside of the program is that it does not allow you to download multiple books at once. All you have to do is to paste the URL address, then wait until the grabbing process is complete. After that, you can download another Google book.
Considering all of the above, Free Google Books Downloader proves to be a steady and effective solution when it comes to downloading various Google books from the Internet and saving them to your computer as PDF or as images.
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