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The LibraryThing app allows LibraryThing members to catalog and browse their collections. LibraryThing is focused on books, but you can add most media, including books, DVDs and CDs. LibraryThing relies on data from Amazon, and over 65 million library records.Who is the owner of LibraryThing?
LibraryThing is majority owned by founder Tim Spalding. Online bookseller AbeBooks bought a 40% share in LibraryThing in May 2006 for an undisclosed sum. AbeBooks became a subsidiary of Amazon in 2008.When did LibraryThing come out?
Based in Portland, Maine, LibraryThing was developed by Tim Spalding and went live on August 29, 2005.Does LibraryThing cost money to use?
LibraryThing Is Now Free to All Starting today, LibraryThing is free to all! We’re dropping all membership fees and limits. Since opening in 2005, LibraryThing has charged a fee to catalog more than 200 books—$10 per year, or $25 for a lifetime.