Beta Test This! Audiofy
Audiofy is looking for beta testers for their audiobook player for Android. If you happen to be a fan of audiobooks and are running a device with Android 1.6 or higher, you’re advised to check out Audiofy’s website. Sign up for their new application which allows for buying and listening to over 13,000 books. Through the app customers can download audiobooks over 3G and WiFi connections and play back both DRM-protected and DRM-free selections.
- Keeping It Simple – When the app launches it lets you know the most important stuff – what your titles are, the current book you’re listening to, and one- click access to the store to get more audiobooks
- Organize Your Audiobooks – Review your books by title or author, or click to get new titles in Audiofy’s audiobook store.
- No Limits – You can download dozens of audiobooks without stretching the limits of most Android smartphones. And if you run out of space, just delete a few titles and re-download them later if you like. No penalties here – enjoy!
- Listen All You Want – No matter how many books you listen to, we’ll track where you are and bring you back a minute or a month later.
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