Lars Pasveer — Thursday September 22, 2022, 09:09 | 0 comments, Join the conversation
Streaming service Spotify has added hundreds of thousands of audiobooks to its offering from renowned publishers Hachette, Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster. For now, these audio titles are only available in the US.
Nir Zicherman, head of audiobooks at Spotify, says this first step is just the beginning.
Today’s release is just the beginning for Spotify. There are many more exciting things to come in audiobooks. But for now, I encourage you to listen to the next great read!
— Nir Zicherman (@NirZicherman) September 20, 2022
Books can’t be ordered for free, publishing platform Inct. The Audiobooks Hub on Spotify provides access to over 300,000 titles that are available for sale and will be added to the Spotify library from that moment.
Spotify plans to improve its music recommendation algorithm to include relevant book recommendations. More on Inct
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