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"Little Eve Edgarton," "Jude The Obscure," "Pride and Prejudice," "Wuthering Heights" and "Don Quixote" are some free audiobooks online. Eleanor Hallowell Abbott, Thomas Hardy, Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë and Miguel Cervantes are the authors of the works, respectively.


LoyalBooks.com and Librivox.org both offer free downloadable audiobooks. OpenCulture.com also offers free downloadable audiobooks as of 2015. Audible.com is another site that offers a free trial of audiobooks not found in the public domain.


To listen to audiobooks for free, find websites that offer free audiobooks and download or stream titles on a computer, tablet or smartphone. Websites that offer free audiobooks include LibriVox.org, OpenCulture.com, Librophile.com and BookRix.com.


To download free MP3 audiobooks, visit a site that offers free audiobooks, browse through available titles and click on the MP3 download link. Sites that offer MP3 downloads include Open Culture and Lit2Go.


Quranicaudio.com contains recitations of the Quran available for free download and streaming. These recitations come from over 100 different speakers, many of them recognized as pillars of faith in the islamic community. These files are of high quality, making them suitable for loudspeakers.


The Quran is available in audio book format through Audible in multiple translations (and differing price points), iTunes and free of charge through various websites. Some additional companies that offer audio renderings of the Quran are Clear Quran, Quranful and Meaning of Quran.


Many used bookstores sell used audiobooks. Online retailers that specialize in selling used books also sell used audiobooks, including eBay.com, Amazon.com, Alibris.com, Craigslist.org and Powells.com.


Debbie Macomber’s list of e-books includes Reflections of Yesterday, A Country Christmas, Mr. Miracle, Choir of Angels and Blossom Street Brides. Her audiobooks include Mr. Miracle, Blossom Street Brides, Rose Harbor in Bloom, Lost and Found in Cedar Cove and Starting Now.


The term "streaming" usually refers to digital media, such as video or audio, available for on-demand or real-time consumption over an Internet connection. Streaming services operate databases of content that users are able to access at any time through special programs or Web clients that call up t


Video streaming works by using Traditional Streaming or HTTP-based Adaptive Streaming technologies. HTTP-based streaming utilizes the HTTP protocol allowing for easier caching, and this results in faster video streams.