To keep you busy while you wait to vote, reading app Scribd is offering free access to its library for a month — sign up by November 3

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In anticipation of long voting lines through Election Day, popular reading app Scribd is offering a free 30-day subscription to US readers to keep them busy while they wait to cast their ballots.

New users who register by November 3 will have full access to over a million books, podcasts, magazines, and more.

The company also provides podcast and reading lists curated around how long you can expect to be in your poll line — whether it's 30 minutes or three hours

You can sign up here.

How to get a free 30-day subscription

A free subscription will last 30 days, and, unlike the app's standard 30-day trial, you won't have to include a credit card number when you sign up. Currently, it's only available for new accounts and within the US.

How to use your free Scribd membership 

Scribd editors curated book and podcast playlists to keep you occupied in your voting line. The list ranges from articles discussing key election points to unrelated, funny audiobooks if you're one of the many Americans looking for some stress relief right now

Scribd's curated 2020 election reading and media lists:

What to know about Scribd in general

Scribd is one of our most recommended reading apps. Its selection is varied and full of bestsellers, its price is comparatively low ($9.99/month for unlimited access), and it has useful and intuitive features that allow for offline reading and note-taking. I've personally paid for a membership since 2015. You can find a full Scribd review here

Sign up for 30 days of free reading on Scribd now through November 3

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