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Scribd Burned By Kindle Fire?

Posted at 12:56PM Thursday 30 Jan 2014

The recently launched subscription ebook service has launched a Kindle Fire reading app. One catch: Amazon isn't making the app searchable in its app store. It can only be accessed through a direct link.

Perhaps Amazon is concerned with the 100,000 subscribers Scribd has attracted to its $8.99 per month all-you-can-eat ebook reading platform.

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