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How to Get Free Audible Audiobooks

Zoey Wesson
BY Zoey Wesson   
LAST UPDATED: Nov. 28, 2016

Simply speaking, audiobooks are recordings of books which are read aloud. They are useful not just for the visually impaired but also for busy people who love reading books yet don't have the time to sit down to bury their faces in their favorite classics. Some of you probably know that Audible.com is the perfect place to download and get audiobook online. It is the largest seller and producer of digital audiobooks that provides you with over 180,000 spoken audio programs to choose from.

If you are wondering how to get free audiobooks from Audible.com, then this guide is highly recommended. It will show you the best ways to get free audiobooks from Audible with ease.

Part 1 Get Audiobooks with Audible Free Trial

If you are a fan of audiobook and you have not signed up for Audible, you can get an Audible FREE trial for 30 days! What will you get with the free 30 day free trial of Audible:

  • Includes two free audiobooks with your free trial

  • Choose from 180,000+ best sellers, new releases sci-fi, romances, mysteries, classics, and more

  • After 30 days, get 1 book each month, $14.95/month

  • Cancel easily anytime. Your books are yours to keep, even if you cancel the membership

Now you can follow the steps to get free Audible audiobooks via its free trial service.

Step 1. Sigh up an account for Audible.com. After that, sign into Audible.com with your email and password.

Step 2. When you sign in, click on "Membershi" to add a payment method and finish your credit card information. When it is done, you can click on "Start Your Free Trial Now" to join the Audible's membership.

Audible 30 Day Free Trial

Step 3. Now you can browse the website to find the audiobook you like to get for free. Choose one item and then add it to your cart, and you can buy it with the free credit you got from the membership.

Finally, the audiobook will be added to your Audible library automatically. But you should understand that the Audible audiobooks are DRM-protected, you might need to remove the DRM restriction before you put the audiobooks to MP3 players or other devices for playback. You can refer to the following solution to see how to enjoy Audible audiobooks on MP3 player without DRM restriction.

Part 2 Download Free Audiobooks via Audible Account

Step 1. Sign up an Audible or Amazon account if you are new to Audible.

Step 2. Sign into the account and search "free audiobooks" via the search bar on Audible.com.

Step 3. Now you can preview the result and select the one you want to listen to and complete the order for free. And the free audiobooks will be added to your library for listening and downloading.

 Free Audiobook from Audible

Part 3 Solution for Removing Audible Audiobook DRM

The Audible Inc. protects all audiobooks with the DRM technology. You can only play the Audible audiobooks on specific players and there's no way for you to convert the DRM-protected audiobooks (files encoded in .aa or .aax) to popular format like MP3. That's why a professional audiobook converter is needed if you want to play, edit or convert the DRM audio files like Audible AAX/AA or iTunes M4B files.

Apple Music Converter is the best audiobook DRM removal software on the market. It is able to convert protected AA, AAX and M4B audiobooks to common MP3, WAV, FLAC, AU, M4A, M4R and MKA. You are able to selectively set conversion speed from 1X to up to 16X. And the ID3 tags and metadata information will be preserved in the output MP3 or M4A file. To help you learn how remove DRM from Audible audiobooks or iTunes M4B audiobooks step by step, you can simple refer to this guide:


 Select Audiobook Output Format

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