Audible app for Windows 10 now lets you share your audiobooks
A new update has been released for the Audible application on Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 PC. This new update brings a new feature for people who are using this application on the mentioned operating systems. It seems that from now on, you will be able to share Audiobooks from your app library to other Audible users.
With other words, thanks to the new Audible version 10.3.10 you can now share the books that you have purchased. This is quite useful, as we are pretty sure that you have a few friends who are using Audible and don’t own a book that you’ve purchased. This way, you can easily allow them to access the book you’ve bought, so they don’t have to purchase it as well.
We remind you that Audible is owned by Amazon and it is an application that has over 200.000 professionally narrated titles, which includes the best sellers, classics and more. The application is also using the power of Cortana and supports voice commands, which allows you to navigate through the book with ease.
We remind you that you will be able to send unlimited number of audiobooks to your friends using the tool called “Send a Book”. Once you do this, the user will receive a FULL copy of the audiobook for free. The catch is that an Amazon ID can receive only a single free audiobook and, after that, the user will be asked to sign up for an Audible free trial.
We’re not sure yet how many subscribers Audible application has, but according to reports, there have been over 1.6 billion hours of audio downloaded last year. We remind you that the company has also started a BETA program last month named “Channels”, which is allowing subscribers to listen for free unlimited short-form audio (similar to podcasts).
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