1. Scribd – audiobooks & ebooks
Join the millions of readers who turn to Scribd’s digital library to access an unlimited* number of audiobooks, ebooks, magazine articles, sheet music selections, and research documents. Scribd is a massive library that’s home to millions of books, audiobooks, magazines … and even sheet music. (Sheet music!)
2. LibriVox Audio Books
This audiobook app is one of the most popular, completely free audiobook applications available today. Founded in 2005, LibriVox is now home to 8,600 audiobooks in which 1,200 of them are recorded in 35 non-English languages.
LibriVox Audio Books provides unlimited access to over 50,000 audio books. Each audiobook can be streamed over the internet or downloaded for later use. The LibriVox Audio Books app features classic best sellers and out of print treasures from every genre of literature in more than 30 languages.
3. OverDrive: eBooks & audiobooks
The app, which caters to both e-books and audiobooks, is accessible in the mobile format in your smartphones and tablets. However, the content of OverDrive’s virtual library can be limited to the books and collections supported in your community and school library.
However, the app also has a feature that lets you find a nearby library where you can access the book that you need. OverDrive has no limits when it comes accessing their books, but you can access more audiobooks after “returning” the ones that you have finished.
4. Google Play Books
Google Play Books app is an excellent app that can be accessed on Android as well as on iOS devices. The audiobook app was launched in January 2019 and since then, it allows the users to digest content on through ebooks, textbooks, audiobooks, and comic books.
Download your book to read or listen to on the go. When you’ve finished, find your next favourite from recommendations personalised just for you.
5. Libby, by OverDrive
This remarkable app helps the user to manage the content from multiple libraries and for greater use, you can register for more than one library card.
Libby is developed by OverDrive. Once registered, it becomes really effortless to find and borrow an audiobook or ebook from libraries. The apps further allow the user to download the book for the offline use and if the user wishes to save space on its device, he can even go for the streaming.
6. Amazon Kindle
On the bus, on your break, in your bed—never be without a book. Kindle books you have purchased on Amazon will automatically appear in your app. Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime members can select and download Kindle books directly in the app.
7. Kobo Books
Kobo books app is a wonderful source of digital content and especially, after the addition of audiobooks the ebookstore, it has become the one-stop destination for single online ebooks and audiobooks.
Purchase eBooks and audiobooks directly from Kobo. They’ll automatically appear in the app immediately afterwards.
Enjoy unlimited listening and reading of audiobooks and e-books in English and other languages. Find your favorite new stories through personal recommendations – discover everything from current bestsellers to acclaimed thrillers, unforgettable novels and gripping biographies.
Love your audiobooks? Crazy about podcasts? Come and browse our vast library of best sellers and listen to your favorite audiobooks and podcasts anytime, anywhere with Audiobooks.com.
Simply stream or download your favorite novels at home, in the office or on the go from our library of fiction, crime, mystery, thrillers, politics, history, health & wellness – and everything in-between.
10. Audible: The audiobooks app
Download and listen to books and podcasts offline. Dive into engrossing true crime thrillers, mysteries, fantasy & sci-fi stories, kids stories, meditation titles, memoirs, documentaries, and genre-bending Audible Originals