Introducing Scribd 3.0 for iPad & iPhone

We’re incredibly excited to announce the release of Scribd 3.0 – currently available on iPad and iPhone.

Scribd has always helped connect authors, publishers and readers to a massive library of engaging content. While our website has remained a hub for these books, documents and publications, today’s update features a redesign that places the emphasis on better mobile browsing, content discovery and reading.

Same Scribd. Improved Design. Far Sleeker.

Here is a rundown of some of the best features for both the new versions:

Faster, Friendlier -¬† This design strives to connect the Scribd homepage experience more closely with the mobile experience. Feel free to browse, explore and read our vast library of content. With improved navigation for the iPad app, it’s never been easier to explore Scribd and your personal library.

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The new Scribd app mirrors the look and feel of our homepage.

Browse Tons of Content - Have you seen us lately? More than just documents, much of our content in the mobile apps is centered around categories ranging from Creative Writing to Science Fiction. Come back often, we are always adding new publications and categories every single day!

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Science Fiction is just one of the many categories of publications you can select from.

Improved Reading - We are most excited about how this update addresses a drastically improved reading experience. Now, the contents of your favorite book have been optimized for both the iPhone and iPad. Additionally, you can adjust your preferred reading experience by changing the text font, size and color. Reading with Scribd has never been better. With offline file management, it is much easier to save  books to your library to read later.

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The newly improved reading experience now offers a variety of potential adjustments to text font and size.

Additionally, we have also tackled other improvements including:

* Improved offline file management

* User profiles

* Manage your Scribd Social Feed

* Enhanced PDF reader

* Bug fixes

So, give the Scribd app a spin! We’re looking forward to the many ways our users will benefit from the vast improvements for Scribd’s mobile apps. As always, please share your feedback in the comments or via scribd@support.com.

To download the app, simply point your browser to the App Store.

9 responses to “Introducing Scribd 3.0 for iPad & iPhone

  1. It’s good that they already launched this feature.

  2. matthew vanwhye

    I’m just a new guy and I’m already loving this!!! And it a great thing that this feature is already launched!!!!!!!!!!

  3. That is great.
    I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab2 and what I miss from the mobile version of the website is the ability to click “Browse” and then filter by “Language” :( I really miss this feature a lot ….

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