TuneFab is the developer for TuneFab Audible Converter for Mac OS X. It’s a trial version with an option to buy a one-year plan, a single life plan for one PC or a lifetime family licence for three PCs.
This cross-platform tool lets you remove the encryption from your Audible books. With the converter, you can manage, download and convert your AA or AAX books to MP3 files, all from one place. Use this fast converter and ensure you keep the original sound quality. Another similar software to try is TunesKit Audible Converter.
Audible Converter offers a simple method to get rid of the encryption of your audiobooks. A few simple clicks will let you convert any Audible format to let you play them on various media devices, like an MP3 player, PSP and Zune. It doesn’t need any extra apps either, like iTunes.
A great advantage of the app is that you don’t need to authorise your Audible account. It will allow you to convert to various popular formats like MP3, M4A, FLAC and WAV.
When you convert with TuneFab Audible Converter, it keeps all chapter information and ID3 tags. This means you can organise your library in the same way as you do in your Audible account. You can even change the metadata to add a new book cover or a different title. But even more importantly, you will keep your chapter progress and carry on listening where you left off. However, this works best if you convert to M4A.
If you prefer smaller files after conversion, the converter can handle this challenge too. Split your books by time, chapter or average segments. Customise various parameters before you convert, such as codec, channel, bitrate and others.
This converter allows you to drag and drop files onto the user interface and then detects and displays the ID3 tags. And since it supports batch conversion, you can convert all your favourites in no time.
Listen on any device
TuneFab Audible Converter is simple enough even for beginners to use. Test it with the free trial to see if it meets your needs before you buy a license. Listen to your Audible books on any device and split them into smaller audio files if you prefer.