[access-uk] Re: Audible and the Touch

  • From: Dean Wilcox <wilcoxdean@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2011 12:40:01 -0800

Just a correction.  You do not need the Audible Download Manager.  Yes you do 
need to activate your account with Audible which I did when I attempted to 
import my first Audible book into iTunes but iTunes transfers them to your iPod 
like any other content.  As for the Audible app, I do have it and I am a little 
disappointed that I can't browse and buy / use my credits from within the app 
itself.  It is nice and it lets you stream your purchased content direct from 
your library.  However, if you have all this content already on your computer 
and in iTunes you could just stick with the iPod music player already on your 

On 27 Feb 2011, at 04:17, Ibrahim Gucukoglu wrote:

> Hi Andy.
> If your going to use audible on your IPod Touch, download the Audible app 
> from the app store which will let you browse your library and download/listen 
> to your purchased content.  My only real gripe with this app is that the 
> audio is in Mono even when download quality is set to enhanced, so if Stereo 
> listening is a big deal for you then you'll need to connect your IPod to 
> ITunes and using the audible download manager, import audible titles that way 
> and yes, if you want to listen through ITunes then you need to activate your 
> IPod with audible but you don't need to if using the app.
> All the best, Ibrahim.
> ----- Original Message -----
> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2011 12:10 PM
> Subject: [access-uk] Audible and the Touch
> Hi all -
> I know that the Touch can play Audible content, but is it in the enhanced 
> format? and, do I have to activate the Touch like I do my phone in order to 
> use it as a player? -
> Andy

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