Our GetAbstract review reveals the largest collection of written and audiobook summaries available. GetAbstract is great value for students at $99/year, but for everyone else, $299 is expensive compared to Blinkist.
This Blinkist review confirms it is the best value audiobook summary subscription service by far, with great narrators and high-quality summaries. If you want to absorb essential knowledge quickly, Blinkist is the best for price and app quality.
The key differences between Scribd and Audible are, with Audible, you have higher audio quality, the largest library, and you own the audiobooks forever. With Scribd, you have access to written content, a flat monthly fee to listen, but a much smaller library of books you will never own.
This Audiobooks.com review confirms Audiobooks has an excellent selection of over 300,000 audiobooks and competitive pricing. Also, their highly-rated easy-to-use app makes it worthy of being your audiobook service of choice. There are two drawbacks; the book returns policy needs improving, and there is no smart speaker support.
Extensive testing shows that the best AudioBook services are Audible, Blinkist, Audiobooks.com, and getAbstract. Audible provides the biggest library, and you get to own the books.
Our Audible review shows it has the largest library of 520,000 audiobooks, the best book returns policy, and the lowest cost per book at $9.56. Audible just released Audible Plus which gives access to 9,000 books for free in your membership.
The Masterclass review editor tried Masterclass for two years and found that the courses were entertaining and educational. You can learn some useful skills. But the novelty of Masterclass might wear off after a while.
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