Audible for iPhone has been around pretty much from the beginning, but unfortunately, the iPad never saw a dedicated Audible app with a good fit for the tablet device, until now that is. Today, Audible released a dedicated app for the iPad, and gave the iPhone version a complete makeover as well.
"More than 20 percent of Audible customers already use Audible's iPhone app on the iPad," Audible VP of Mobile Apps, Ajay Arora said in a statement. The new dedicated iPad app brings forth a better graphics experience when viewing book covers, with a look similar to what we see on Amazon's Kindle iPad app.
Audible gave the iPhone version of the app a complete overhaul, bringing in features like the ability to download book files over cellular data, something that was unavailable on the old app.
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