Monday, April 24, 2017

Amazon opens Subscription store to help you manage all your monthly fees

Amazon today announced the opening of its subscription service marketplace, where monthly fee-based services can fork over 30-percent of their profits in exchange for a crack at Amazon’s customers. The store has a lot of services already — some of which seem weirdly out of place. The store is admittedly pretty robust at the moment. You’ve got Princeton Review education courses, Disney Story Central, Dropbox, several meal prep apps — a nice variety of services to manage in one place. According to Amazon’s statement, the store aims to provide customers “with a simple way to purchase and manage their subscriptions.” That means…

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