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With the music streaming services Apple Music, Deezer, Napster and Spotify you will also find audio books and radio plays; however, the search for it can take a while, which the creators of the Spooks app know. Because audio books and radio plays are by no means as popular as current hits or evergreens from rock and pop. The visibility of these offers is correspondingly low. With Spooks you get an additional service for the streaming providers mentioned, which shows you the recorded or recorded stories directly. The ideal companion for long car journeys, rainy weekends and the bathtub.
With every streaming service from Apple Music and Deezer to Napster and Spotify there are a lot of good audiobooks out there. There is something for children, teenagers and adults. In addition, the spectrum ranges from funny or exciting books to informative or biographical hams. However, you have to find them first... Die helps with clear lists and with the participation of users via comments and ratings App Spooks continue at this point. With the program for iOS and Android, you can also easily switch back and forth between audio books and radio plays.
In addition to the iOS version named Spooks - your audio books and radio plays the makers of Zebralution GmbH also have an Android version under the name Spooks - audio books & radio plays released. However, in order to be able to use the app for the four streaming services mentioned, these must of course be installed on the corresponding device. So you can only find audiobooks on Apple Music if you also have the corresponding app on the iPhone. The same goes for Spotify, Deezer and Napster. And here are the download links so that you can try out the app:
For many reading enthusiasts, only real, hardback books are the real deal. How do you see it - do you prefer to read a real book made of paper and printer's ink yourself or can it be an audio book that you found with Spooks on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music or Napster? Feel free to leave a comment on the topic;)
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