Audible for Windows 10 now Lets You Stream Audiobooks
The official Audible app for Windows 10 has been available for quite a while on the Windows Store, and it has been continuously update with new features. Now the popular seller of digital audiobooks has updated its app with a much awaited feature.
Audible audiobooks can now be streamed on Windows 10 and Mobile
According to the guys from Windows Central who were the first to spot this, Audible for Windows 10 has been updated with a new feature which allows to stream audiobooks. Previously, the single way to do this was to download them first.
The update brings the app to version 10.2.7.0 and is available for both desktop and mobile Windows 10 users. However, on the official changelog of the app we still the previous version being documented, but this will probably change in the near future.
The ability to stream audiobooks has been requested by Windows users for quite a while now, and it makes sense why they want it so badly – low internal storage. If you’re a book lover, then you’re going to quickly top your storage, so being able to stream your audiobooks is a great help.
Audible for Windows 10 also comes with background playback, and the most recent update comes with UI tweaks to the Playing Now section, where the cover art is used as the background.
mIf you’re interested in trying out Audible, you should know that Membership costs $14.95 a month, which includes one free audiobook every month.
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