Amazon is definitely going through with its plan to become a one-stop destination for all consumer needs. NDTV reports that the company has now debuted a self-service subscriptions marketplace. The move puts it in the same league as Google and Apple, who both provide similar services.
The new ‘Subscribe with Amazon’ allows digital subscription providers to reach out to millions of the e-commerce platform’s users across the globe. In fact, the company is already allowing businesses like the Los Angeles Times and Dropbox to sell subscription services on the platform. Further, while the service makes it easier for users who already have their credit card details saved, to subscribe to various services without having to do so individually at different sites, it also helps subscription providers reach out to Amazon’s massive user base. Providers who’re already on board include The Wall Street Journal, SlingTV, The New Yorker, Headspace, and more.