An audiobook app for the education sector is an application that stores audiobooks and other audio media in a catalog. Audiobook apps may also provide audio content for educational purposes, such as introducing students to new topics or vocabulary words. An audiobook app should allow users to create playlists and bookmark specific locations within their library of audio files.
Educational apps have much in common with other educational resources, such as textbooks, instructional videos, and language learning apps. Audible is a popular app that allows users to purchase and listen to audiobooks.
A mobile app that reads books out loud for children. Children push "play", audio begins reading out loud. English and Arabic are supported.
An audiobook app can grow its user base within the education sector by targeting students, teachers, and lecturers. In order to be adopted by educational professionals, an audiobook app needs to provide a level of quality that is superior to other audiobook services on the market. For example, a great audiobook app will have a large selection of titles, a design that lets users sort through their options with ease, and a user interface that makes it easy for users to find what they are looking for quickly.
An audiobook app for education professionals faces legal and reputational risks associated with the recording of live events, the use of copywritten materials, and the violation of intellectual property rights. You should consult with your legal counsel to determine whether you need to license any copyrighted audiovisual content. You should also ensure that your product only records in low-quality settings when in use.