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Free audio books are available from organizations such as LibriVox, Lit2Go and Internet Archive. Books at these organizations are in the public domain and narrated by volunteers. Audible, an Amazon company, provides a free audio book if you sign up for a paid membership. These include bestsellers an


Amazon and Audiobooks.com sell digital audio books online, while volunteer organizations such as Project Gutenberg and LibriVox offer free audio books in public domain on their websites. Google and Apple dedicate a section to both free and paid audio books in their mobile marketplaces as of 2015.


As of 2015, Podiobooks.com and LearnOutLoud.com are two websites that offer free podcasts of audio books. Whereas Podiobooks.com focuses on serialized fiction books, LearnOutLoud.com's podcasts primarily provide educational audio books.


To find a free audio converter, go to download.com, search for "free audio converter," review the displayed list and click on "download" to download the desired converter. Free audio converters can convert files to different audio formats, such as MP3, WAV, M4A and FLAC. Some converters will also co


Highly rated portable audio book players for 2015 include the Apple iPod Nano, Apple iPod Touch, Sandisk Sansa, Creative Zen and Zune HD, according to Tuneskit. Each of these models has at least a four-star rating on Amazon.com, and user reviews are generally positive.


Free audio Bibles are available at Talking.Bibles.org, BibleGateway.com and TheStreamingBible.com. Talking Bibles provides free online Bible listening in more than 100 languages. BibleGateway.com offers free online audio Bibles in various English translations and other languages such as Arabic, Chin


Audio device drivers can be downloaded for free from the manufacturer of a computer's sound card or, if the sound device is built into the computer's motherboard, the manufacturer of the motherboard. Audio device drivers can also be downloaded through Microsoft Windows Update.


It is possible to buy both "Father Tim" novels by author Jan Karon that are currently released on audio book. There are several online retailers that offer the books, such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble.


Examples of popular audio books from 2014 include "The Silkworm" by Robert Galbraith and "Station Eleven" by Emily St. John Mandel. Other examples are "Mr. Mercedes" by Stephen King and "Stone mattress" by Margaret Atwood.


The website for the Hilltop Baptist Church of Newport, Tennessee, offers an audio version of each book of the King James Version of the Holy Bible. It is read by Alexander Scourby. Commercial sites such as Bible Study Tools and Audio Bible also have audio versions of the KJV Bible.