Scribd, the US-based ebook and audiobook subscription service, announced that it is making its entire digital library free for everyone to access for the next 30 days. As you can guess, one of the main reasons the company is making its content accessible is to provide individuals who are self-quarantining or working from due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) health issue.
In order to gain access and start binging on the ebooks and audiobooks, you’ll need to head over to a Scribd’s specially designed page. To redeem your free 30 days, you’ll simply need to sign up using either your Google or Facebook account. Once you complete that, you should get your free 30 days subscription instantly.
While millions stay home to reduce spread of COVID-19, Scribd is making our digital library of ebooks and audiobooks free for everyone pic.twitter.com/0dPiywSLde
— Trip Adler (@tripadler) March 18, 2020
Do note that you’ll need to click on the link we’ve hyperlinked above and not from Scribd’s main page. According to the replies that Trip Adler, co-founder of Scribd, got when he tweeted the initiative, some people said that the subscription function on the brand’s main page still required their credit card details.
On that note, we’ve added the link in the source below for good measure.