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Barnes and Noble debuts Nook Audiobooks app on Android

Billy Steele
11.19.14
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For those times you'd rather have someone else read to you, Barnes and Noble is outfitting Android devices with an app that does just that. Nook Audiobooks taps into the retailer's library of over 50,000 titles via the aforementioned phones and tablets, accessing listener-friendly versions of works like Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl. If you act quickly, B&N will throw in two downloads (from a list of five pre-selected items) for free, and the app itself it available at no charge.

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