LibriVox Audio Books Pro app for iPhone and iPad
6672 ratings )
Current version: 6.2.1
, last update: 6 months ago
First release : 23 Jun 2013
App size: 7.47 Mb
LibriVox Audio Books Pro provides unlimited access to over 50,000 audiobooks - with no ads. Each audiobook can be streamed over the internet or downloaded for later use.
Audiobooks from LibriVox are free thanks to the dedicated work of hundreds of volunteers who record, edit and distribute the books. New releases are prepared daily, and the entire catalog spans the breadth of world literature, including novels, history, biography, short stories, poetry and more in both fiction and non-fiction.
The LibriVox Audio Books app makes it easy to search for audio books and classic radio dramas. You can browse by title, author or genre, look at new recordings, or search by keyword. Because the books are free, you can listen to as much or as little of a book as you like with no cost. The app remembers your position, so when you return to a book later, you can start listening at the place where you left off. Unlimited bookmarks and a sleep timer are included for your convenience.
To see the LibriVox catalog on the web, visit http://librivox.bookdesign.biz
Latest reviews of LibriVox Audio Books Pro app for iPhone and iPad
Everything works just fine, search, download, play. And a pleasant surprise for me - in "similar" books you can see other books by the same narrator.
Great Classic Books!
Wonderful selection of classic books! Pretty and easy to use. Thanks to all the readers - this makes my commute so much more pleasant!
Not as good as audiobooks app
It doesnt keep playing after chapter ends i u have diff app open and doesnt resume playing after a video plays. Great selection but needs improvement
The people who reads the books, plays, etc, are doing a fantastic job. The app works great, and any problem can be fixed with a restart.
The Catalog genre listings are vastly incomplete versus the LibriVox web site, such that Childrens Fiction is empty of their 484 listings.
The app simply called Audiobooks also accesses LibriVox and seems the best of all I tried, even having speed play, and not requiring a silly Load More button just to scroll through a list.