If you love audiobooks like I do, you’re always looking for the next book to download. I’m a big fan of listening to audiobooks when driving, laying by the pool, working out, or even right before bed. Here’s some tricks I learned to get free audiobooks to add to my collection:
This is a great app for free audiobooks and let’s you download those classic books you’ve been meaning to read. Whether you’re stuck in traffic, waiting for your connection or cramming for an English test—Audiobooks puts the most beloved audiobooks at your finger tips. I listened to Jack London’s CALL OF THE WILD when I first got this app and loved it! (Although, sadly, my next book after was DRACULA — a DNF.)
2. Libby App
Did you know that you can now download free audiobooks from the public library without ever having to leave your house? Amazing, right? All you need is a free library account and you can sign up online to borrow books and automatically download to the Libby/Overdrive app. There are tons of popular and new releases available to borrow.
3. Audible App
Okay so it’s not free for life, no, but you can get one free audiobook and a free month trial if you sign up. After that, the books are discounted significantly from the list prices you’ll find on other websites that sell audiobooks. So if you can’t find what you’re looking for at the options above, or you just want a free book this month, this is a good solution! Here’s a special code where you can get two free audiobooks — instead of just one– Rektok Ross Audible Code
Similar to Audible, Libro.Fm is another membership plan for audiobooks. This one supports local indie bookstores. It’s also not free forever but you can get a trial membership on me. Check it out HERE.
How do you get your free audiobooks? Let me know in the COMMENTS below. For even more insider tips on where to get all kinds of free books–physical, ebooks, audiobooks, even comics–you can download my FREE pdf HOW TO GET FREE BOOKS featuring over 40 different locations offering a killer selection.