How do I log in to my Audible account?
Audible is a subscription-based audiobook service owned by Amazon. It offers a vast selection of audiobooks, podcasts, and other audio content that users can listen to on their smartphones, tablets, or other devices. However, how you log in to Audible depends on what type of device you’re using. For example, there are slight differences between how you sign in on IOS devices (iPhones, iPads, and Macs) and Android devices compared to the desktop site, so let’s explore how to log into Audible on each as well as how to sign up so you can get to listening.
How to sign up for Audible
Before you can sign in, of course, you’ll have to sign up to use Audible. To sign up for an Audible account, visit audible.com, tap sign up in the upper right-hand corner, and choose your preferred account details, such as an Audible username and password or your phone number if you prefer a mobile-only sign in. If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can also log in with your Amazon account. Next, choose which Audible subscription plan is right for you from the following:
Audible Plus — offers unlimited access to a rotating selection of audiobooks, podcasts, and original content
Audible Premium Plus — offers all the benefits of Audible Plus, as well as one credit per month that can be used to purchase any audiobook from the extended Audible library
If you’re a first-time Audible member, you’ll also have access to a 30-day free trial to listen all you want to the Audible Plus Catalog of podcasts and free audiobooks, as well as two credits that can be used toward any premium Audible books or content.
What if I forgot my Audible password?
If you forgot your password, go to the Audible sign-in page and click on the “forgot password” link. Enter the email address associated with your account and follow the instructions to reset your password, including answering any security questions or entering any necessary verification codes. Once you have reset your password, you should be able to log into your Audible account with your new credentials.
How do I see my library on the Audible App?
Depending on the device you’re using, the Audible login could look a little different, so here’s how to access your account if you’re an Audible subscriber:
How can I sign in to the Audible IOS app or Audible Android app?
For Android or IOS devices, you can login to your Audible account and easily listen on the go using the Audible app. Once you have downloaded the app from either the Apple or Google Play store and opened the app, you will see “welcome to Audible.” Check that you’re signing in to the correct marketplace at the bottom of the screen. The correct marketplace should read “marketplace: Audible.com,” however if it says something different, you can tap it and select the right one, then proceed to sign in with your username and password, or phone number or Amazon account if you originally used those methods to sign up.
How can I sign in to Audible on desktop?
To access your Audible account on a desktop, you can use the Audible website. Simply visit Audible.com and tap the “Sign in” button at the top of the page then log in with your username and password. Once you are logged into your account, you can browse through available books or access any previously purchased titles from your library.
How can I sign in to Audible on Kindle?
Similar to signing in to Audible with your Amazon account details, you can also register your Kindle Fire with your Audible account. In fact, you should be able to see your audiobooks listed as available for download on the Kindle Fire as long as you bought them through your Amazon account. However, if you usually access your Audible account using a username and password different than your Amazon account, you will need to first merge your Audible and Amazon accounts in order to see your Audible audiobooks.
How to merge your Audible and Amazon Accounts
To enjoy the full benefits of Audible on devices such as the Kindle Fire, you need to merge your Audible and Amazon accounts if you didn’t initially sign up for Audible with your Amazon credentials. Luckily, merging your accounts is easy with the following steps: how to merge your accounts:
Sign in to Audible on the desktop site using your Audible username and password.
Hover over “Hi, (Username)!” in the top-right corner.
From the drop-down menu, click “Account Details.”
Click “Merge now” at the top of the screen.
Follow the next steps, such as entering your Audible password and selecting a payment method, then hit “Finish.”
How do I log in to cancel my Audible membership?
To cancel your Audible membership, sign in to your account on the Audible website, hover over your profile, click on “Account Details,” then select “Cancel Membership.” Follow the prompts until the cancellation is complete. If you have any remaining credits, we recommend using them before canceling so you don’t miss out on the full benefits of your subscription.
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Is Audible free for prime members?
While you can use the same login as Amazon Prime since Amazon owns Audible, you must sign up for an Audible Plus or Audible Premium Plus membership to use Audible, as an Audible membership is separate from a Prime membership.
How do I access my Audible account on my phone?
You can access your Audible account on your phone using either the IOS or Android app or visiting Audible.com via your browser.
What login do I use for Audible?
You can sign up for Audible using your mobile phone number, Amazon account, or preferred username and password – the choice is up to you.