Apr 6, 2015

How to Play DRM-protected Audiobooks on Android Phones/Tablets

Audiobooks with DRM protection, unlike the common audiobooks that can be freely transferred to any media player for listening, are only allowed to be played on selected devices. The most common DRM-protected audiobooks are from iTunes and Audible.com. All the audiobook files purchased from iTunes or Audible are saved in M4B and AA/AAX formats respectively and only supported by Apple or Audible approved devices. Therefore, if Android users who need to play the DRM-ed iTunes or Audible audiobooks on Android phones or tablets, you’ll have to use an open-source DRM audiobook converter to convert the DRM-locked audiobooks to Android compatible format. Here in this article, we will introduce you a great DRM Audiobook Converter by showing you how to convert the DRM iTunes and Audible audiobooks to MP3 with this software.

This magic audiobook DRM removal tool is called TunesKit DRM Audiobook Converter (for Mac & Windows). It’s developed to specially remove DRM from both iTunes and Audible audiobooks while converting the protected M4A, M4B, AA, AAX audiobook files to DRM-free MP3, AAC, M4A, WAV and FLAC at 30x faster speed with original ID3 tags preserved. With the help of this powerful audiobook converter, you are able to enjoy any iTunes and Audible purchased audiobook on Android and other devices.

Complete Guide on Converting iTunes/Audible Audiobooks to Android Devices

Step 1. Download and install the proper version of TunesKit DRM Audiobook Converter on your computer.
Step 2. Open iTunes and import the audiobook files to the iTunes Audiobook playlist.
Step 3. Launch TunesKit and add the audiobooks from iTunes library to the converter.
Step 4. Select output folder, output format as the program requires.
Step 5. Start to convert the DRM-ed audiobooks to MP3 by clicking “Convert” button.


Once the conversion completes, you can find the converted MP3 files from the output path you set previously and transfer the audiobooks to your Android devices for playing back.