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Scribd expands its subscription ebook app to Kindle Fire

29
Jan
2014

Scribd has arrived on the Kindle Fire. The document sharing and ebook subscription service is launching an app for Amazons tablets today, giving Kindle Fire owners a way to begin storing Scribd content, rather than just browsing its website as they could before. Though Scribd already offers apps for iOS and Android, launching on other platforms — especially on one with an eye toward reading — is an increasingly valuable step: Scribd launched a subscription ebook rental service last October, and the only way to store books for offline reading has been to use one of its apps. The subscription service includes over 100,000 books, with its catalogs most notable support coming from HarperCollins.

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