In the audiobook version, you're able to set playback speed (1x, 1.25x, and so on), a sleep-timer for the times you want to be read-to-bed, and your other common playback tools. For e-books, you're given the ability to change font sizes, highlight chunks of text, add notes, or even share quotes on social media.
Scribd gives you access to "snapshots", which are 5-10 minute summaries on some of the most popular books (if you don't want to go through the entire book for some reason).
Scribd lets you go through up-to-date versions of some of the most popular magazines (TIME, People, Bloomberg, Men's Health, and so many more).
Scribd allows you to browse through and download thousands of documents uploaded by people all around the world (I look for paid-workout plans here that companies like BodyBuilding charge for).
At this point, I'm tired of writing down the benefits for this app, but I'm still not done.
Scribd Perks is the last one I'll cover: every so often, Scribd will partner up with x companies to offer even more perks to its members. At the time of me writing this tech-letter, these are some of the current perks: