Scribd is back with its unlimited ebooks and audiobooks subscription

Scribd has announced it bringing back its unlimited ebooks and audiobooks subscription.

Two years ago, Scribd removed its unlimited subscription model to bring in a monthly credit one. The company has announced that subscribers will once again have access to the entire vast library of ebooks and audiobooks.

Scribd which was founded to share documents online worked its way into the bookseller marketplace by selling and renting ebooks with a subscription service. The company later expanded that subscription service to include audiobooks and graphic novels. With its growing content library, Scribd’s subscription plan provided considerable bang for your cash, but the company put some limits on the plan in 2016. At the time, users were issued credits so that they could only read three ebooks and a single audiobook each month from the entire Scribd library.

Scribd says that your subscription continues to bring you access to news, magazines, and documents, including articles from Bloomberg Businessweek, Time Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Esquire, Harper’s Bazaar, Men’s Health, New York Magazine, and more.

The unlimited service was made available everywhere on February 6, 2018, and includes access to an unlimited number of books and audiobooks, alongside unlimited access to news, magazines, documents, and sheet music.

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