TORONTO, May 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Audiobooks.com, the first on-demand streaming and downloading service for audiobooks, today announced the release of a new, fully-revamped app for Android. With a new minimalist design and upgraded navigation that delivers a more intuitive user experience, the updated Audiobooks.com app is available now for free at the Google Play Store.
Audiobooks.com completely redesigned the Android app from front-to-back for an improved audiobook listening experience. Users will first notice a sleek new interface throughout the app, as well as faster response times when loading book covers and samples. Navigation has been simplified as well, making it more efficient and intuitive to browse through the audiobook library and move between pages. In addition, Audiobooks.com reorganized the app's settings to more clearly provide users with account-critical information and international users will notice significant improvements as they browse available content in their region.
"On the backend, the technology that powers our service is modern and innovative. We want that to be reflected in the front-end experience for our users, and this redesign accomplishes that goal," said Ian Small, Audiobooks.com general manager. "This is our best Android app yet, and we are excited to get it into the hands of our customers."
This redesign is the first major overhaul of Audiobooks.com's Android app since 2013. Always committed to innovation, the Audiobooks.com team continuously improves the audiobooks experience for customers and works with global partners to make it easier to listen to great books online. Users can try Audiobooks.com free for 30 days. Find out more at www.audiobooks.com.
Audiobooks.com provides the first on-demand streaming and downloadable service for audiobooks, delivering access on any Internet-enabled smartphone or PC, including Apple iPhones and iPads and Android smartphones or tablet devices. The company is the first and only provider of Cloud Bookmarking, its proprietary technology that synchronizes users' last listened-to bookmark position across all devices. Find out more at www.audiobooks.com.