Audible, who claims to be “the world’s largest provider of premium audiobooks,” has a long and storied history on Windows. After being neglected for what seemed like an eternity, the Windows Phone client was recently updated, to good reviews.
Sadly, where Audible giveth, Audible taketh away. The tablet and PC version of the app is no longer available from the Windows Store. Fortunately, it seems like this will be just a bump in the road, and that there are plans for a universal app in the future. Windows Central is reporting that one reader was in communication with Audible UK, who had this to say:
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