Operating system: Windows
Release : TunesKit Audiobook Converter 3.0.10
Antivirus check: passed
Last revision: Last week
You knew they'd make it, and now they have. The new TunesKit Audiobook Converter for Windows allows you to break free of the rules you agreed to when you bought your audiobooks! Now you can be a subverter with a converter and play your audiobooks on just about any popular MP3 player. Audible uses a proprietary file type, AA or AAX so that you can only play your audiobooks where Audible says you can. NOT ANY MORE. Why should you have your hands tied by some "agreement" you made when you bought the audiobooks? Now you can listen to those audiobooks as freely as you apparently expected. And you lose NONE of the quality because TunesKit Audiobook Converter for Windows has the technology to convert AA and AAX files losslessly. So you can share your audiobooks freely, without the stigma associated with the usually low-quality sound of unauthorized recordings.
Audible.com tries to control you by making their audiobooks restricted to their equipment. But not anymore! It used to be a problem if you didn't have iTunes and account authorization, so you couldn't even listen to audiobooks you downloaded to stolen phones. That's not fair! And what if Audible.com has already banned you, so you can't have an account with them? That's no problem now, thanks to TunesKit Audio Converter for Windows! You don't even need an Audible account in good standing! Why should you AND all your friends have to pay to listen to the SAME book? Why should you support greedy authors and publishers by paying for their products? You SHOULDN'T.
TunesKit Audio Converter for Windows is the software you expect when you run a sad Windows-based life. You don't need innovation and creativity; you just need top-leading decrypting techniques for grabbing innovation from the companies who spend the time and money required to develop the products YOU want. TunesKit Audio Converter for Windows also makes sampling from these recordings a breeze, because if anyone's going to turn a profit off Audible's innovation, shouldn't it be YOU?