Spotify introduces audiobooks to additional English-speaking markets outside the United States


Spotify is expanding its newly launched audiobooks service outside the U.S., the company announced. Now users in other English-speaking countries can access Spotify’s library of audiobook titles from the streaming app, including the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.

This September, the business introduced audiobook support for the first time in the United States, giving customers access to more than 300,000 audiobook titles. These can be found in the Spotify app’s new “Audiobooks” hub and in curated recommendations.

The company had announced that initially, Spotify editors would choose the titles to suggest to the streaming app’s users. However, Spotify intends to eventually use algorithmic recommendations to recommend books to users.

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