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Spotify audiobooks are now available in the UK, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand

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Spotify has expanded its audiobook service to other regions, giving more users access to over 300,000 audiobooks.

Spotify recently launched an audiobook service, giving subscribers access to Over 300,000 audiobooksThis was great news, but at the time it was limited to the US. The streaming service is now expanding to other territories, with access to regions in the UK, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand.

Spotify’s audiobook service gives users access to over 300,000 audiobooks, which are not included in the unlimited streaming service. This means that signing up for an existing streaming plan doesn’t automatically give you access to audiobooks. Users who want to listen to audiobooks must purchase each and use the service to listen to them.

In the United States, the service started in September, pulled the service From the app after a month. No specific reason was given at the time, but many speculated that it had to do with how Apple received some of what was sold on the App Store. This has been an App Store problem for a long time, and many people have started speaking out over the last few years.

The App Store certainly offers a great portal for developers, but one drawback is that Apple takes 30% of what is sold on the platform. This means that when you sell the app or other features within the app, Apple gets a portion of it. To get around this, some developers have tried to redirect customers outside of the App Store. Spotify is now redirecting customers to its online web shop. There you can buy audiobooks and listen to them through the app.

I’m not sure how this approach will work long term, but Apple’s 30% commission has been discussed by many companies over the past two years. more vocal Over time it can become a bigger problem.

sauce: Spotify

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