Listen to your favorite audiobooks. Download from the cloud.
• Download: Link your cloud storage account. Quickly download your audiobook files.
• Play: Play your audiobooks in a beautiful modern interface.
• Bookmark: Automatically saves your listening position. So you never lose your place.
Supported Audio File Types (DRM-free only): .mp3, .m4a, .m4b, .aac
Supported Cloud Providers: iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Web Uploader
Other features include:
• Sleep timer
• Playback speed from 0.5x to 3.0x
• Custom artwork
• Custom seek times
Where do the audiobooks come from?
• Your local library (Overdrive supported)
• Sites like LibriVox.org
• Retailers of DRM-free audiobooks
This version of Bound brings the following:
+ Super small bug fix.
v1.60 brought the following:
+ Sleep at the end of a chapter!
+ Add audio files via the share sheet from other apps!
+ Added completed book indicator!
! Fixed bug on player screen that prevented dismissal via button.
If you like Bound, please write a review in the App Store!
Ratings and Reviews
Not sure what’s going on. Issues syncing with Google drive. Not all of the files are downloading. Files that won’t download leave you with a triangle with an ! and there’s no action you can take to remedy the issue. Makes some audiobooks completely unusable sometimes. Not recommended because of this.
Good UI, but terrible quality at higher speeds
I listen to most books at 1.3 to 1.8x speed, and unfortunately Bound’s audio sounds heavily distorted at those speeds. I didn’t have this issue on Android audiobook players like Listen Audiobook Player or Smart Audiobook Player.
It’s a fantastic app if you’re one of those people that can stand to listen to narrators at 1x though.
This is a really nice app with some very useful features, but it frustrates the life out of me when customers PAY for an app, and then when they have one simple question, the developer completely IGNORES them.
I can understand a developer choosing not to respond to inquiries if he’s giving the app away for FREE, but if customers are forking over their hard-earned money to support future development of the app, and the developer doesn’t even have the decency to reply... well, all I can say is, he’s lucky he’s getting a two star review instead of one!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.