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Sonos has reinstated Audible support – and I couldn’t be more excited

Sonos has at long last reinstated support for Audible, less than two weeks after an ambitious employee jumped the gun with an announcement post.

The firm once again broke the news in a post on its website, reiterating that Audible is awarding two free credits to all Sonos customers who sign up for a trial, instead of the usual one, as well as access to musician Miles Davis’ autobiography.

“With Audible, you can easily make books an everyday source of enjoyment for yourself and the whole family”, explains Sonos. “Become a master multitasker and listen to audiobooks while you cook, do laundry, take a bath or work out.”

Sonos first pulled support for Audible back in 2016 after customers noticed that the client wasn’t compatible with some leading speakers – including the Sonos One and Sonos Play: 5 – and it was unclear whether it would ever be coming back.

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It’s now returned, though, and I for one can’t wait to get started – having the option to listen to educational audiobooks while completing remedial household chores, like doing the dishes, helped me broaden my trivia knowledge all that time ago.

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