June 9, 2011 | In: Articles

When Downloading Audio Books

Sometimes, it is difficult to read a book or just impossible. However, listening to audio books is different. Regardless of the place to listen, such as in the car, train, bed or office, technology has created  a system that offers you maximum flexibility and allow you to decide the best way to use your audio books.

Audio books can be downloaded to a digital music player or burn to a CD and transfer into iTunes. Here are some steps on how to download audio books.

1. First you have to look for the book you want. There are many places online offering downloadable audio books. You can search by author or title or browse through the whole list.

2. Next, you have to choose which listening device to use. You can listen to audio books on your computer, on a CD in your car or with your mp3 player or an iPod. The listening tool you choose determines the kind of file you need, so make certain to know the files that your device supports. Remember that most downloadable audio books limit the number of times you can download.

3. Determine the kind of audio format you need, such as MP3, the oldest digital audio format, WMA which is intended for Windows Media Player or AAC which is frequently used for iPod files.

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