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Added the ability to switch to a track-level seekbar on supported books.
Fixed an issue where GPS Navigation would speak over the audiobook.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good App and straight forward business model
I recently switched back to Audiobooks from another similar service/app. The other one was cheaper, but it turns out you get what you pay for. Other service randomly denied the books I was right in the middle of and took a few days to fix the issue that came with an update. The other part that really drove me away was I had banked up a few credits, as I listen to about 1 book in a little over a month, I had the service stop charging me so I could catch up. They cut off my whole service in the process. I had to keep my service charging me to finish the book I was in the middle of and then leave a credit behind when I left their service. Audiobooks has never cut me off mid book. Their business model views credits you’ve purchased as yours and honors their use regardless of whether you commit to remaining a customer. I will gladly pay the extra few dollars a month for that level of service to finish the series I’m halfway through, The Sword of Truth (I’m up to Chainfire now).
Lots of choices & nice user interface for playing books but not used to the organization yet
I’m on the second day of my 60-day trial. I like the interface of the app - the part that controls playback and bookmarking and things like that. I was pleasantly surprised at the number of titles in my favorite genres - sci-fi and fantasy (mostly fantasy). I wish there were better search, sort, and filter features, as well as a more effective recommendation feature. One should be able to sort and filter by sub-genres, author, series, narrators, etc. For instance, fantasy has many genres- dark/grim dark fantasy, epic fantasy, sword and sorcery, urban fantasy, classics (wheel of time and fellowship of the ring) etc.
in the app, “Adult” appears to mean fantasy with sex and romance. What I thought it meant, and what I wanted it to mean Was that it filters out all the kids’ books. It also would be helpful to be able to filter out books you’ve already read - especially for the recommendation feature. It seems logical that if a person has rated a book, then he or she has already read it, and the book shouldn’t appear under the recommendation list. Maybe these features are available but I haven’t learned to use them properly. After all, it is only my second day. Despite all my griping, I really think I will have fun learning the new app and exploring its many offerings.
Not ready for primetime, at least on my iphone 7 running 12.4.1. The basic problem is the thing is always looking for a network connection before it wants to play, even if you’ve downloaded the book to your device. Very often if you want to start listening when you don’t have a connection (and lots of us live in rural areas where the network goes in and out depending on where you are) the app just refuses to open, sticking on a spinning logo. Further, once it does open, and the books is playing, it will shut down again regularly if it goes through an area with no connection - again, this is trying to play books that you have downloaded to your phone specifically to get around the problem of spotty networks. Finally, when you’re back up and running, it will give you a dialog showing a choice between two saved bookmarks and will ask you which one of these you want to start playing from - usually neither of these bookmarks are within 10 minutes of where you actually stopped listening.
I contacted the company once to see if I was doing anything wrong, and the nice young lady somewhat sheepishly acknowledged that the problems I outlined did indeed exist. There’s been at least one update since then, but it hasn’t got any better. It’s a shame, because I really want there to be a solid competitor to Audible, but Audiobooks dot com books can only be played on this app, and this app is really quite poor.
Developer Response ,
Hi there! We'd really like to make sure these issues get fixed ASAP. Could you email our management at email@example.com with the issues you experienced? - LL.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.