AudioBook to MP3 Converter for Mac 1.02 is released

An Audio Book Converter that is designed to convert audio books to MP3 on Mac OS X.

Online PR News – 21-April-2010 – – Park City, Utah - April 21, 2010. today announced the release of AudioBook to MP3 Converter for Mac 1.02, the easiest way to convert audio books from iTunes to MP3, AAC or WAV for playback on any MP3 player. It Converts purchased Audio Book to MP3 or AAC files from iTunes on MAC OS X, Batch converts DRM protected or unprotected audio books to unprotected MP3 or AAC files With 5X speed fast and CD Quality. AudioBook to MP3 Converter uses a Virtual CD-RW to automate the process of burning and ripping an audio book to any supported iTunes format. It works with iTunes and Virtual CD burning technology to convert audio books. So it keeps the users on the legal side.

AudioBook to MP3 Converter for Mac is available immediately for $29.95. Detailed product information, screen shots and order information is available at

Feature include:
Remove DRM protection on audio books.
Very Fast Converting Speed.
Convert purchased AA to MP3 to Play anywhere
No matter what format the audio book is, if it could be played on iTunes, AudiobookConverter will convert it to MP3 or AAC format for you.
It support batch convert DRM protected or unprotected audio books.
No Extra Hardware or CD Needed
Support Mac OS X 10.6 Sonw Leopard
Very Easy to Use


We believes users should have the opportunity to try the software for free before they purchase. A fully functional 15 day trial version can be downloaded from web site at The free trial is good for 15 days or 5 tracks whichever comes first. After either the time limit or number of tracks has been exceeded the Please Register window will be presented when you click the Convert button.
AudioBook to MP3 Converter for Mac has been attractively priced at $29.95 and is available directly from our website at .

AudioBook to MP3 Converter requires Mac OS X v10.4 or later; iTunes 8 or iTunes 9 or later

COMPANY INFORMATION has been developing award-winning Macintosh software since 2004 and is based in Park City, Utah, home of the 2002 Winter Games.