Phone Transfer. Being highly portable and audible, audiobooks are more and more popular. To listen to audiobooks more conveniently, you may prefer to put audiobooks on a mobile device like an iPhone. If that's the case, follow this guide to learn how to add audiobooks to iPhone in all possible ways. Except for audiobooks, it also allows you to transfer photos, videos, music, contacts, PDFs, and more. When you transfer an audiobook to your iPhone from a computer with EaseUS MobiMover, you don't need to install iTunes and the audio files.
Method 1. How to Transfer Audiobooks to iPhone Without Syncing
Sync audiobooks to your device
When I got my first iPhone, I wanted to have everything in it — from good photo editors, lots of music, and all Apple audiobooks I could find. Previously, I used to listen to audiobooks on a CD player, because I was unsure how to add audiobooks to iPhone and unaware of how convenient it was. So, I went to the great lengths to find the perfect solution and make it an easy ride for you once and for all. Meanwhile, MP3 is accepted by most media players ever known. You can mark a point where you stopped a file. Audiobook marking was made for simplicity. This is probably the most crucial difference.
In Japan, you can search, buy, and download audiobooks from the Browse section of the Book Store tab. You might not be able to purchase audiobooks in your country or region. Tap Great Narrators to browse for books with your favorite narrator, celebrity narrators, or full-cast dramatizations. When you find an audiobook that you're interested in, you can listen to a sample. To buy the audiobook, tap the price. Open the Apple Books app and click Audiobook Store at the top of the screen. To search for a specific audiobook, use the search box at the top of the screen.
The simple way to load an audiobook onto an iPhone is to use a drag-and-drop substitute for iTunes, like Copy Trans , and then use an audiobook player app. Jump ahead to step 11 for those solutions. What follows below through step 10 describes how I made the effort work using iTunes, but only for a time. I had been trying for months to load an audiobook in MP3 to my iPhone 4S. If I was able to load the files, they did not stay in their proper order. Many people seem to have frustrating experiences with iTunes, especially when trying to add an audiobook to an iPhone. Finally, I got it to work and I want to document the steps I used. I hope this helps anyone who has been struggling with this. Update: I now have an iPhone 5C.