For Apple devices using iOS 11 or later, the download process should be seamless. You will have a better experience listening to your audiobooks if you use an audiobook app on the device.
The following instructions have helped many people download MP3s to older Apple devices.
- Using a laptop or a desktop computer, download the ZIP folder at the link we sent you.
- Once the folder is downloaded, open the ZIP folder or "unzip it". This will happen automatically when you open it, or you can right-click on the folder and choose "extract all," which accomplishes the same thing.
- Now you will see that the ZIP folder contains several MP3 audio files - all the individual sections/chapters of the book. Put those MP3 files into your iTunes library.
Note: You may rename the files to make them easier to find if you have lots of audiobooks, or to suit your preferred naming convention.
- Finally, “synch” your iPad, iPhone or iPod with the iTunes account on the laptop or desktop. If you have never done this before, you can find Apple’s instructions here: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1386
Now all the MP3s will be on your mobile device and you can listen to them anywhere.
If you still have trouble, check with Apple’s online support (https://support.apple.com) and look for the user manual for your specific device. Over time, Apple might change the MP3 download process on its various products.