debuts new Android subscription options, ready to celebrate a one year anniversary, has introduced a pair of new subscription options. If you’re the kind of person who enjoys listening to books on tape or audio versions in MP3 format, you’re advised to check out the app for Android.

The new plans take effect immediately and work for those who like either one or two audio books per month. Unfortunately the all-you-can-enjoy plan is gone, but not without much consideration and homework. As it turns out, listeners were not really going beyond 1-2 books per month.

  • For  $14.95 a month, members can choose a best-seller or classic favorite from more than 25,000 titles and access it all month from their Android phones and tablets as well as PCs.
  • For  $22.95 a month, members can choose two titles per month.

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  1. olbp
    January 15, 11:10 Reply


    That is still 2 to 3 times what it is WORTH! Oh, well, back to the library, where they are all free.

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