Scribd announces one-month free unlimited access to its digital library
Scribd, an e-book and audiobook subscription service, has announced that it will be making its digital library free to access for 30 days.
The announcement was made by Trip Adler, CEO of Scribd. In his message, Adler acknowledged that across the globe, millions of people are under quarantine and staying at home to reduce the spread of COVID-19. He then stated that “access to books and information is more important than ever before,” and that Scribd’s goal of giving free access is to “simply ensure everyone has access to their favorite books, authors, and quality content as we settle into our new normal for the next few weeks.”
Scribd stated that there is no credit card or commitment required to access the digital library. The Scribd library, which has ebooks, audiobooks, magazine articles, and more, is now available to anyone for free for 30 days.
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