Spotify, the popular music streaming platform, is set to revolutionize the audiobook industry by making over 150,000 audiobooks available to its Premium subscribers. This exciting new feature will initially be launched in the U.K. and Australia tomorrow, with the United States set to follow later this year.
One of the major advantages of this new offering is that users will have access to 15 hours of listening per month, allowing them to enjoy as many titles as they want within that monthly allocation. This move expands Spotify’s already vast on-demand catalog, which includes over 100 million tracks and 5 million podcasts.
The audiobook catalog on Spotify will include titles from renowned publishers such as Hachette, HarperCollins Publishers, and Penguin Random House, as well as works from independent authors and publishers around the world. With such a diverse range of titles, users are sure to find something that suits their taste.
Finding audiobooks on Spotify Premium is incredibly easy. Users can simply search for the title they desire or explore recommendations from the Home feed or the dedicated audiobooks hub. Additionally, Premium users with audiobook access can download their chosen titles for offline listening, making it convenient for those who want to listen on the go.
However, it’s important to note that this feature is currently only available to individual account holders on the Premium plan or plan managers for Family or Duo accounts. Nevertheless, Spotify has ambitious plans to expand access to Premium audiobooks in the future, ensuring that more users can benefit from this unparalleled offering.
Spotify’s foray into the audiobook world shows its dedication to providing a one-stop platform for all audio content. With its extensive catalog and user-friendly interface, it is poised to become a major player in the audiobook industry. Whether you’re a fan of music, podcasts, or now audiobooks, Spotify is determined to cater to all your entertainment needs.
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