Pearson + subscription service announced, Netflix for digital textbooks

Pearson, one of the leading publishers of American textbooks, has announced a subscription to the digital textbook Pearson +. Users can use the subscription service through the Persons + app. The fall is expected to hit college campuses in the United States, and international excitement is also expected. The Pearson + app is available on mobile and desktop and offers two different benefits. “This will fundamentally change the way students access college textbooks,” says Pearson.

Pearson announced the Pearson + service last weekend, and it is basically a subscription plan for digital textbooks (or Etherx, as Pearson calls the offerings). With OTT platforms like Netflix, Prime Video and others, Pearson + requires a monthly fee to access the book library digitally. There are two levels – single and multi – priced at $ 9.99 per month (approximately 750 rubles) and $ 14.99 per month (approximately 1,100 rubles). Provides access to a full library of multi-level, over 1,500 textbooks, allowing a single level to access one Pearson digital textbook at a time.

The Pearson + app provides access to all books on mobile and desktop and features features such as flash cards, display capabilities, practice questions and tutorials. The app comes with an audio player for eTexts and offline access for audio versions. Fonts and backgrounds can also be customized. There is also 24/7 live student support. The app is already available in the App Store and Google Play.

According to the report, the Person + app has been on campus in the United States since this fall and is expected to be available globally in the future. With the Persons + app and subscription service, the publisher claims that carbon footprints are only 20 percent of traditional print textbooks. As the publisher learns more about the needs and preferences of students, Pearson + will find more features and content planned for future releases.

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