- From: Jirka <mensik@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2012 10:29:29 +0000 (UTC)
Sian Mountbatten <poenikatu <at> fastmail.co.uk> writes:
I received a DVD from Amazon which came with a slip of paper saying
Download 1 FREE AUDIOBOOK
I went to the site, signed up for 30 days free membership, selected a
book and downloaded two files of type .aa. I noticed that the only
software available was for Windoze or MacOS. So is there a package which
will play an audiobook. A search with apt-cache gives yatm, but, after
installing it, I tried it one of the files and it merely produced
horrible sounds. Certainly nothing intelligible.
So are audiobooks only for Windoze or MacOS? Has anybody any suggestions?
Algol 68 specialist
the aa files from Audible are DRM protected. I think there are two ways how to
play them without windows or mac.
The first is to install the audible PC software into wine. I haven't tried it
myself, but it is supposed to work. The link is here:
The second way is to install audible app on an android phone. Audible works on
iphones, android devices, many mp3 players etc.
I am audible customer for years and I really recommend it. I am totally addicted
on their books :-)
Wish you luck!
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