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Old 11-07-2014, 08:34 AM   #6
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eStories (formerly eMusic Audiobooks)
  • Monthly --> $11.99/ book | $21.99/ 2 books | $49.99/ 5 books
  • Annual -----> $9.99/ book | $17.99/ 2 books | $39.99/ 5 books
  • Trial --------> free 30-day trial (incl 1 free book)

  • Catalog --> 100,000+ titles
  • Free Books --> 9,647 titles -- mostly LibriVox titles

  • Offline ---> offline listening allowed
  • Format ---> DRM-Free MP3 -- Android & iOS -- powered by Findaway
  • Devices --> 5~10 devices allowed (depending on plan)

  • Returns --> within 30 days
  • Availability --> United States, Canada, European Union, Norway, Switzerland

eMusic Relaunches Audiobook Service as eStories (Jul 2016) --> details

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eMusic is an online music and audiobook store that operates by subscription. In exchange for a monthly subscription eMusic users can download a fixed number of tracks to their MP3 players per month. eMusic was established in 1998, is headquartered in New York City with an office in London, and is owned by Dimensional Associates.

Beginning September 18, 2007, eMusic began to offer audiobooks in MP3 format.

eMusic was the first digital retailer to sell DRM-free downloadable audiobooks in the MP3 format beginning in 2007. Audible.com, its largest competitor, offers audiobooks with digital rights management in the .aa format.

On October 21, 2015, eMusic was acquired by Israeli media startup, TriPlay. The full terms of the deal have yet to be disclosed.

On July 14, 2016, eMusic launched eStories, an audiobook service that will offer 80,000 titles at a cost of $11.95 per title to use, plus 33 percent off additional purchases.

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