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How to buy books on audible app 

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You may use a credit card, an Audible voucher, or Audible credits to purchase Audible audiobooks. If you choose the “Buy for $X.XX” option while using an Audible coupon, the discount will be instantly applied to your purchase. For details on how to make a purchase on various surfaces, see the section below.

A credit may be used to add a title to your library if you’re using the Android or iOS app. The iOS and Android apps for Google Play do not yet enable credit card payments for audiobook purchases. Please follow the steps for buying on the mobile site listed below if you’re purchasing an audiobook using a credit card.

 Buying via the desktop website

Visit Audible’s desktop website.

Look through the website and choose the audiobook you wish to purchase.

Select “Buy for $X.XX or Buy with 1 credit.”

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Once your purchase has been confirmed by email, you may start listening.

Making purchases on a mobile website

Log in to the Audible website.

After browsing the website, click on the audiobook you wish to purchase.

Click “Buy for $X.XX or Buy with 1 Credit.”

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Once your purchase has been confirmed by email, you may start listening.

Audible purchases using the Android app for Audible Google Play

Activate the Audible app.

Click to Discover.

Select the audiobook you wish to purchase by tapping on it while you browse the shop.

Select “Buy With 1 Credit.”

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Following your purchase, your audiobook will be added to the Audible app’s library area and an email will be sent to you verifying your purchase.

Buying on the iPad and iPhone

Log in to the Audible website.

After browsing the website, click on the audiobook you wish to purchase.

Select “Buy for $X.XX or Buy with 1 Credit.”

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Following your purchase, your audiobook will be added to the Audible app’s library area and an email will be sent to you verifying your purchase.

You can no longer buy audiobooks on Audible for Android

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On the Android operating system, Audible is altering the way its app works. Single titles will no longer be available for purchase once they transition to Google Play Billing. On April 1st, 2022, this will go into effect. With the release of version 3.23 of the Audible for Google Play Android app, the firm will no longer enable the purchase of titles in the app with a debit or credit card, whether or not you are a member. In addition, starting on Friday, all new Audible subscriptions initiated in the app will be invoiced through Google Play rather than Audible directly. You can still use Audible credits to buy books in the app, and you can still use the app to purchase extra credits.

In essence, Audible is making it impossible to purchase individual titles via the app. This is as a result of a change in Google policy for developers. For bigger businesses that generate more than $1 million in annual revenue, they are now charging 30% of each digital product. Since the margins are not particularly large, selling audiobooks directly is not profitable. Because you must pay for this level of access and because Google reduced the monthly subscription tier to 15% per transaction, Audible is still providing credits. Therefore, it makes perfect sense for Audible to provide credits as part of a membership, with the option to “purchase” audiobooks inside the app using these credits.

The sales on the Audible platform are one of its main attractions. They often provide two-for-one deals on titles that are significantly reduced. Members of Premium Plus may still take part in deals by visiting Audible.com from a desktop or mobile browser. However, the Google Play Store’s Audible for Android app no longer supports discounted purchases. Customers may easily download the Audible App from the Amazon App Store or the Samsung Galaxy App Store, according to Audible, and then have full access to purchase individual audiobook titles and pay with a debit or credit card.

Regular Audible users will undoubtedly be annoyed by all of the latest changes to Android. After all of the ebook and audiobook publishers discontinued in-app purchase on Apple devices more than ten years ago, this OS was the last glimmer of hope. If you’re interested in seeing all the latest changes, Audible has a support page that addresses the majority of your inquiries. If you are a frequent user, you need to look it through.

Just in case you were wondering, this is not an Audible-only issue. Numerous publishers of ebooks and audiobooks are also updating their Android applications. The company stated yesterday that starting on April 2nd, Barnes & Noble will stop allowing in-app purchases for any ebooks or audiobooks. It will essentially become a consumption app as you won’t be able to purchase anything. Currently, you must go to their website, make all of your purchases there, and then sync your purchases with the Android app. There are now several hoops you must pass through in order to make a purchase, similar to Audible.

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