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Whether via the music app in iOS on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch or via iTunes on the Apple Mac, iMac and MacBook - finding audio books and radio plays on Apple Music is not particularly difficult. With just a few steps you can do it for yourself or your children The three ???, TKKG, Sherlock Holmes and much more from a large digital library. From Mark Benecke and Stephen Hawking to Bibi Blocksberg and Benjamin Blümchen to Jules Verne and Stephen King, nothing is left to be desired.
It should be mentioned here with praise that this has not always been the case. I remember being almost desperate with Apple Music for the first few months when I was looking for audiobooks. At that time this category did not exist and you could only find albums from this genre if you knew the name of the audio book. A "discovery", as it is now possible, was not possible in the early days of Apple Music. But I find this option particularly exciting, because it makes it much easier to find many interesting new authors and their works.
Whether on the iMac at home or with the iPhone on the train, in addition to music from the genres of rock, pop, metal, jazz, soundtracks and the like, you also like to hear a story. It can be the biography of a great personality, an exciting science fiction story or perhaps a radio play for children. To find all of this on your Apple device, proceed as follows:
In the following you will find the above instructions again in the form of screenshots of the iTunes app on the Apple Mac (MacBook Pro with macOS Mojave). So you can also see directly which other discoveries you can make in the individual windows;)
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.