Listen from the cloud.

Our app was developed using HTML5, a language mobile devices love. You can listen to audio books across all devices and browsers and you’ll never have to download another plug in again. We’ve also incorporated a cloud-based technology which allows you to access your audio books from anywhere in the world and eliminates the frustration that comes with slow downloads and storage constraints.

Basically, our new app allows you to:

  • Listen to unlimited audio books on-demand
  • Easily switch between listening devices—pause your audio book on your iPhone at the gym and find your place instantly when you continue listening from your laptop at the office
  • Instantly access more than 10,000 best sellers, top new releases and classic favourites
  • Never have to worry about storage restraints because the content lives on a cloud

That’s the way you do it.

Libraries borked by ebook forks

Less than a week ago, Apple delivered a groundbreaking announcement with the release of iBooks Author. A drag-and-drop authoring environment, Author makes it easy to build media-rich, interactive books in a simple-to-use tool. Positioned by its i-name as a sibling to the iWork app family, versus separate high-end design products like GarageBand, Author democratizes the production of complex structured books, notably including textbooks.

But for libraries, at a time when they are increasingly struggling to provide access to ebooks as publishers pull back from lending support, Apple has provided a rib-crunching blow by delivering proprietary output tied to the iPad. And, in Apple???s license terms, any iBook created by Author can be distributed freely, but commercial sales must run through the iBookstore. This has generated a great deal of disappointment from those who wished to see Apple release a general purpose ebook creation tool.

All commercial sales of the output must pay tithe to the Apple channel.