Now available in a free* public BETA release (desktop software for Windows & Linux -- Mac is now available):
CommonVox.org presents: LibriVox EXPLORER (and iTunes importer)
-- a new way to experience the LibriVox collection of public domain M4B** audiobooks
EDIT March 1, 2015: The Mac version is now available (release v1.4.1)!!
Come one, come all -->> Mac, Linux, or Windows: http://commonvox.org/le-download
Watch the demo/tutorial (3 1/2 minutes) to see how it works: HERE.
Download the BETA software (for Windows or Linux, Mac now available): HERE.
- -- automatic download/import into iTunes (or download to your desktop to play with other software)
-- plays chapters for preview purposes (or may be used as your desktop audiobook player)
-- random browse feature, for those who are feeling lucky (or would like to get lucky)
-- browse by Genre, Author, Reader (solo & group), or Language
-- click on the Quick Browse: "NEWEST" button to instantly see the latest offerings in the collection
-- use MY LIST to create your own personalized lists of Authors, Readers, and individual Audiobooks
-- very simple interface: watch this 3 1/2 minute demo/tutorial video, and you'll be an instant expert
If you're still reading -- GOOD -- because here's the important part:
This software is not in any way produced, supported, or endorsed by LibriVox. Please come to commonvox.org for the beta software, and for all information and support regarding the software!
*Free, and will always be free/libre open source software (FLOSS!).
**M4B = iTunes-compatible audiobook file. (M4B files essentially group together multiple "section" or "chapter" files of an audiobook into a single, larger file.)