No it is not. You will only be limited to 3 books and 1 audiobook per month, I believe your subscription fee will pay for musicians ’summer music and news articles you don’t want. This does not, for example, give you access to the New York Times ’full website.
You can’t turn sheet music into different keys, and they don’t have the basic texts used to teach students at conservatories and universities.
They have a very small selection of e-books and you need to actively subscribe to see them. So, if you unsubscribe, you will not be able to access your books. All the books I want to read are “not available”.
Everything they offer can be easily accessed on the Internet through Library Genesis or Google searches. You can download .epubs and .pdfs from Library Genesis and upload them to Google Drive, so you don’t have to download them to your hard drive, then download them from Drive to Google and Google You can have books. read them and read them safely on your computer / smartphone. Searches like “XYZ [author’s name] for free” on Google will create websites that you can read on smartphones through a browser app like Ghostery, so you don’t have to come across malware through advertising. you can collect all the URLs of the websites you offer and create a custom search engine to quickly search all the websites to see your books.
If you can, you can buy books and support the authors, but personally I never pay a monthly subscription fee for a “book” subscription service, which uses my money to pay for sheet music and articles. . It would be better if I subscribed to publishing companies and cut out intermediaries.
I recently got a paid subscription and now they have unlimited books and audiobooks. Scribd wants to be “Netflix for books,” but when it reads anywhere, it uses such restrictions for rude readers.
It’s worth it, they may not have all the names I want, but they still have a lot of good content. Consuming only 5 audiobooks per month costs $ 8 compared to the bill that entitles you to 1 free audiobook per month for $ 15. They also subscribe with MUBI, if you don’t have an account yet, you can watch the Scribd account offer via Mubi.
I also have books on Scribd, a great publisher in my country, surprisingly – I just love it so much, I don’t have to set aside $ 15 for each local book.