What is whispersync?
Whispersync is Amazon's technology that lets readers switch “back and forth between a Kindle book and Audible professional narration – without ever losing your place.” The way it works is that you first buy the Kindle book, and then for Whispersync enabled books you can add the Audibile audiobook to the purchase.
How much is audible?
After your Audible 30-day trial expires, it costs $14.95 per month, but you can cancel your subscription at anytime. For your monthly subscription fee, you get one credit a month that you can use to buy and keep any audio book.
Can you lend your Audible books?
Audible announced Wednesday that users will now be able to share their audiobooks with anyone. The company announced that subscribers to the Amazon-owned audiobook company will be able to send an unlimited number of audiobooks to others with a tool called "Send a Book."
What is the difference between an audio book and a CD?
Audiobooks are books you listen to (just like we used to on tape or CD). eBooks are text books you read on a screen.
How does Audible membership work?
Members receive a number of great benefits from Audible, including monthly or annual credits that can be exchanged for any audiobook, two Audible Originals of your choice each month, the ability to keep unused credits for up to a year before they expire, a 30% discount off the regular price of all credit card purchases …
What is a dramatized audiobook?
Audiobooks may come as fully dramatized versions of the printed book, sometimes calling upon a complete cast, music, and sound effects. … Another example includes Spin, The Audiobook Musical (2018), a musical rendition of Rumpelstiltskin narrated by Jim Dale, and featuring a cast of Broadway musical stars.