AudiobookLender allows users to rent digital audiobooks for 30 days. Renting audiobooks can ... More
AudiobookLender allows users to rent digital audiobooks for 30 days. Renting audiobooks can save up to 80% off the retail price. Audiobook rentals can be streamed from the AudiobookLender.com website or downloaded or streamed to free apps for Apple or Android devices.
Renting audiobooks will save you money and the apps automatically delete any downloaded audiobooks when they expire, freeing up valuable space on your device. There is no plan required to rent audiobooks so you can simply rent what you want, when you want. Currently there are over 20,000 titles to choose from on AudiobookLender and new titles are added monthly.
The free AudiobookLender iOS and Android apps are fully featured with playback speed controls, sleep timer, manually bookmarking, and more. The apps will always pick up where you left off and if you choose to download the audiobook to your device you can listen offline. Users also have the option to extend their rental period at any time for a nominal fee. This insures you'll never have to worry about finishing your audiobook rentals by a certain date.
AudiobookLender is the latest innovation in digital audiobooks and will give consumers an affordable alternative over the higher price of purchasing, or the limited selection of libraries.
Last updated 13 Mar 2019
Published 16 Mar 2019
I guess it was really only a matter of time before renting audiobooks was an option. It happened many years ago to the music industry before the digital revolution kicked in. Back when that happened though, you had to physically take yourself to a music rental store and hand over your personal details and a small fee to take home your vinyl, cd or cassette tape. At the time, record companies were incensed because renters would generally take their goodies home and copy them so they could 'own' them forever.
People's mentality has changed these days though. In the modern world, people just want access to their entertainment rather than physically owning it. With music and films, we've all grown accustomed to streaming rather than buying. With books, the people who want to own them will go out and buy a physical copy of the latest Stephen King or J K Rowling book with its ornate hardback cover. Most of the rest of us just want to listen to a good book in bed at night or in the car or on their commute to work. So it makes good sense to 'borrow' an audiobook for a fraction of the cost of buying it.
AudiobookLender is a new app for iOS, Android (and Kindle, of course) that allows users to rent digital audiobooks for 30 days, saving its customers up to 80% on the regular retail price. Rentals can be streamed from the AudiobookLender.com website or downloaded...