Sure, you could launch iTunes, go to the App store and search for an app, or find the
Previously I carried a Palm TX (a TH from Sony before that…) which I enjoyed using to listen to Audio books. I would load up the memory cards so I could play while flying or during slow parts of the day. At the time, it was almost exclusively Audible.com providing the content.
Audio Books should be thought of as the reading of text. Many people enjoy listening to a book rather than hauling the paper version around. Audio versions of books do lock in a amount of time to get through a book compared to print which you can skim when looking for particular parts of interest. Screens on the Palms and iPhone / Touch make it less than optimal for reading digital print versions of books so Audio just naturally fit the device’s strengths.
Depending on the provider, the audio files can be in just about any file format, the most popular being MP3. The iTunes store usually distributes MP4 since they know you will be listening on some sort of iPod device.
Currently, you have several options,
In an earlier posting, we ran through how you can get access to the Internet for Free at Starbucks via AT&T provided WiFi. You can jump to that that article here.
‘Free’ has come with a price, namely more than a dozen taps on the screen to jump through the hoops… remember? Select AT&T from the WiFi area, launch a web site, enter your phone number (ten taps right there), go to you SMS area… and so on. Once your connected, it is a really fast Internet connection so it’s worth the ‘work.
The folks at Devicescape, developers of Easy WiFi (quick login tool for many WiFi providers, $1.99), have expanded their line with “Easy WiFi for AT&T” (clicking link launches iTunes). This easy to use app allows you to use the Free Starbucks AT&T Internet in TWO TAPS.