Amazon-owned audiobook service Audible has today expanded its range of smartphone apps by launching on the Windows Phone platform, allowing users to browse, sample and buy more than 100,000 audiobooks on the go.
Utilising’s Microsoft’s unique design experience, Audible’s Windows Phone application also allows users to wirelessly transfer their library to their device, offering background audio (multitasking) support, as well as collating listening statistics and awarding badges as titles are transferred and listened to.
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Audible fully supports Live Tiles, allowing for individual titles to be pinned to the Start screen for easy listening.
Audible says that the app is compatible with all Windows Phone 7.5 devices, including Nokia’s Lumia Series, HTC Titan, HTC Radar and Samsung Focus S. It’s completely free to download.