The OpenCV software framework is widely used by software developers to build and debug software.
Google is a Google+ competitor and a member of the OpenCV project.
Google has recently announced that it is rolling out a new tool that will let developers build and publish OpenCV libraries for the Android platform.
The Google Bookreader, Google’s ebook reader for Android, can be downloaded on the Google Play store.
Google Books is a new book reader that is aimed at the ebook market.
The app uses the Google APIs to access the Google Cloud Storage service and the cloud APIs to create a PDF reader.
The library can be used for creating a book from scratch, creating a library for a collection of books, or just for reading the content in a book.
The software allows users to edit and customize the user interface and the user can also add additional books to the library.
The book reader will open in Google Books app on Android, Windows, and Mac OS X. It’s not available for iOS yet.
Google’s new library app lets users create and publish PDFs of books using a simple library template and a library author.
Users can also create and create a library from scratch.
The template is designed to be simple to use.
Users are prompted to upload a library to Google Books, and then the user is prompted to create an account.
The user can then set a theme and choose from the themes available in Google’s Google Books.
The author is also created in Google Bookbooks and can be selected as the author for a library.
For the user to add a new library, the user has to upload it to Google Bookstore.
Users of the Google Bookreading library will be able to share the library and search for other users to create and edit the library in Google Play.
The OpenCVD API lets the user modify the library, add new books, and edit existing books.
The developer can then save a new PDF from the library into Google Books or Google Play and the library can then be accessed using the OpenCVR library API.
The opencv3.3 version of the library app includes the Google SDK 1.0 and the OpenCL 1.1 API.
It also includes support for building a collection and editing books.