Apple’s Giving U.S. Customers Free Books and Audiobooks Right Now

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Apple is likely offering this promotion as people around the world remain in their homes amid the ongoing crisis. Reading is just one of the activities that not only help you pass the time but also enriches you with knowledge. It offers free books and audiobooks for the whole family.

Some famous titles that you can get for free are, The Time Machine by H.G. Wells, Winnie the Pooh, If She Knew by Blake Pierce, Murder in an Irish Village by Carlene O'Connor, The ABC's of Cookies (Sesame Street) and many more. To meet the demand, app developers and other content producers take action and offer free games and content for the consumption of the home audience. Some of the US account users of this application received push notifications informing them about the free services. These free books will help users during the outbreak of Coronavirus in the U.S. to keep themselves entertained and pass their time productively.

You can find Apple's collection of free books and audiobooks in the Book Store section of the Apple Books app on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Mac.

Free samples: Preview books and audiobooks while you browse, and download free samples - sometimes before they're available anywhere else. If you see the 'Free book for everyone, from kids to adults, ' then you're eligible for the promotion.



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