Tool is to remove DRM protection in Audible book, convert to m4b/mp3 file with 1-click.
the audio file is to be found in the output folder, the conversion need (depending on the computing power) for 1 minute of audio approximately 2 seconds,
The conversion is fast, free, and requires no I-Tunes, Have fun while listening!

  • .aa to .mp3 .m4b .m4a .fla
  • .aax to .mp3 .m4b .m4a .fla
  • audible .m4a to .mp3 .m4b .m4a .fla


Audible file

Audible is an American online audiobook and podcast service that allows users to purchase and stream audiobooks and other forms of spoken word content. This content can be purchased individually or under a subscription model where the user receives “credits” that can be redeemed for content monthly and receive access to a curated on-demand library of content.

Audible audio files are compatible with hundreds of audio players, PDAs, mobile phones and streaming media devices.Devices that do not have AudibleAir capability (allowing users to download content from their library directly into their devices) require a Windows PC or Macintosh to download the files. Additionally, titles can be played on the PC (using iTunes or AudibleManager). Titles cannot be burned to CD with AudibleManager. According to Audible’s website, they can be burned to CD using Apple’s iTunes and some versions of Nero. (The DRM generally allows a title to be burned to CD once, although the resulting CDs can be played in any CD player and have no copy prevention.) Currently there is no support for Linux, although AudibleManager is known to work through Wine (though this is not officially supported by Audible).

Audible’s .aa file format encapsulates sound encoded in either MP3 or the ACELP speech codec, but includes unauthorized-playback prevention by means of an Audible username and password, which can be used on up to four computers and three smartphones at a time. Licenses are available for schools and libraries.

Audible’s content can only be played on selected mobile devices. Its software does enable users to burn a limited number of CDs for unrestricted playback, resulting in CDs that can be copied or converted to unrestricted digital audio formats.

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