OpenAudible is a cross-platform audiobook manager designed for Audible users. Download, view, convert to MP3 or M4A, and manage all your audio books with our easy-to-use desktop application.
See all your Audible books in one location, on all your Mac, Windows, and Linux computers. Automatically organize your books as an HTML library. Split and join audio books... and more!
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OpenAudible 2 is a $12 shareware product. Earlier versions of OpenAudible 1.x have been discontinued.
OpenAudible works in most audible regions, including US, DE, FR, and AU. OpenAudible is not compatible with Audible IT and JP (Italy and Japan.)
OpenAudible has a full set of documentation. But who reads the manual? Here is the short version.
Note: If you get a message about changing an Audible download manager setting, follow these directions.
More help is available under the Help Menu.
OpenAudible issues are tracked on github.
We respond to all issues and have implemented a lot of great user suggestions. However, to help us, please check the documentation and search issues to see if your problem has already been asked and answered before submitting a new issue.
OpenAudible is a low-cost shareware product. Purchase Here or buy from within the program.
A license allows you to use the software without restriction on up to 3 audible accounts. Free updates for 1 year are included.
What started as an Open Source (with 625 stars by github developers) project has turned into a 2 year development effort by a small group of developers. We've reviewed and fixed 300+ issues and written over 35,000 lines of java code. Your purchase helps us keep OpenAudible running smoothly with new features, bug fixes, and quick updates.
If you donated to the 1.x project, click to find your license.
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OpenAudible is unaffiliated with audible.com. OpenAudible uses ffmpeg to decode audible files.
For use with your audible content that you own and are allowed to download.