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The embargo on this story is still in effect, but Scribd has let the cat out of the bag. Scribd just released a new update for its Android app in Google Play, and I hope you are sitting down before reading the changelog: WHAT’S NEW We’ve done away with credits, which means your subscription gives you access to an unlimited number of the best books, audiobooks, magazines, and more. General bug fixes and stabilization updates. We release new updates every two weeks, which means you’ll get access to the latest bug fixes and updated features as soon as possible. I don’t know what I can say without violating the embargo, but yes, this is real, and so far as I know there is no catch. Scribd is going back to the unlimited reading plan that they ended in February 2016. As you can read in the changelog, you will be able to read as many ebooks, magazines, and newspapers as you like. Please check this post mid-day tomorrow for more details (I haven’t finished writing the post, honestly). Edit: Here’s something else that leaked. I couldn’t get the Scribd rep to admit it, but there is a catch to the […]
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