Why are some of my Audible books not in my library?


With an Audible paid-for subscription, you can easily download Audible books onto your device using its app. Sometimes, it can take some time for the Audiobook to appear in your Library, or the Audible book needs to show up in your Library. We are here to help with this problem.

There may be many reasons that may appear, but if the purchase of an audiobook does not show within your library account, it could not occur because of an issue with the payment method you used.

We want to show you how to fix this issue. You can follow the instructions if you are worried and want to know more about this. So, continue reading!

What should I do if Audible books are not in my Library

Why are some of my Audible books not in my library

There may be many reasons for not showing audible books in your Library. Here are some possible solutions to restore the audio Library.

Verify that you’re signed in to the correct account.

Refresh Your Library

Sign Out & Sign In

Sorting & Filtering

Contact The Audible Support

Verify that you’re signed in to the correct account

For Android

Tap the three icons at the top left corner.

Tap Settings

Scroll down to check the email address that is associated with the account. This will confirm that you’re in the correct account.

For Desktop Website

Open and log in to Audible.com.

In the top right corner, click the profile icon.

Tap account details.

For IOS

Touch the icon for the profile in the right-hand corner of the bottom.

Tap Settings

Scroll down to look up your email address linked with the account. This will verify that you are on the correct account.

Refresh Your Library

For Android

Open Audible App

Touch the triple parallel lines icon from the left-hand corner of the top.

Tap Help & Support

In the upper right area, tap the three dots icon.

Tap Full Library Refresh

For IOS

Launch your Audible app.

In the bottom right corner, click the profile icon.

Click on the Setting

Choose Data & Storage.

Choose Refresh Library.

Scroll down and select the Library

Tap Titles followed by All Titles

Important Note: Now, be patient for a couple of minutes before refreshing your Library will take depending on the size of your Library.

Sign Out & Sign In

For Android

Select the top-left corner icon that looks like three parallel lines.

Tap Settings

Scroll down and tap Sign out.

After you sign out, restart the phone. Reset your phone and sign back in

Open Audible app

Tap to sign in

Make sure it’s the exact one that you purchase from

Fill in your account information and log into your account.

For IOS

Start your Audible app.

Select the Profile icon at the bottom of the screen.

The setting icon is located at the top left corner.

Scroll down, and then click Sign Out.

After you sign out, restart the phone. Reset your phone and sign back in

Tap Sign In

Go to the marketplace and make sure that it’s identical to the one you’ve purchased.

Enter your account details

Tap to sign in

For Desktop Sites

Open Audible and Log in to your account

Click on your profile’s name in the upper right corner.

Tap on Sign Out

After signing out, clean your browser’s cookies and other website data, after which you can sign back in.

Sorting & Filtering

For Android

Open Audible

Tap on the three-dot symbol from the upper left corner

Tap Library

Make sure you select the Recent option in the filter.

Some options include “All Title, Not Started, Started, etc.” Make sure to choose the All Titles option.

For IOS

Open Audible

In the lower-left corner, tap the three dots icon.

Tap Library

You can select “All Title, Not Started, Started, etc.” Make sure to choose All Titles.

For Desktop Sites

Login to Audible

Tap Library

You will be able to select choices such as “All, Finished, Unfinished” Please ensure you select All.

Contact The Audible Support

If your library is not restored after doing these methods, then you should contact their support team. Surely, they will resolve your issues.

How To Manage Your Audible Library On Audible .Com?

Why are some of my Audible books not in my library

To access the Audiobook within your Library, go to the Library and search for the Audiobook by name or author using the search bar.

To download the Audiobook using the desktop browser, visit your Library and then go to the Audiobook and click to download. The audiobook download on your phone storage is not feasible with the mobile application. You need to go to Audible.com using your mobile browser to do this.

To stream the AudioBook in the browser on your desktop, visit your Library, Go to your Audiobook, and tap play. Visit your Library and select the three dots icon to the right of the Audiobook to stream it on a mobile device, tap download, and then play when the download is complete.

To alter the audio quality of an Audiobook, you’d like to download, navigate to the data and storage settings and select the quality you want to use.

On the Library’s page On the library page, you have the option to sort the list of purchased audiobooks. It is possible to sort the list by purchase date, length, title, or author.

If you’re planning to send back the Audiobook you purchased, it is easy to access the purchase history in your account settings. You can select the Audiobook you wish to return and click the possibility of returning the Audiobook.

Conclusion:

The storage of all the bought Audible audiobooks on the cloud server is a great idea. However, I’ve also witnessed many complaints over losing the Audiobooks in their Library. Sometimes they got their lost audiobooks, and sometimes they didn’t. There’s not much risk in storing the Audiobook in the Audible Cloud server, but you should be aware that it’s far from secure.

Hassan Shahzad

I am Hassan! (Book Lover) at Books Rookie; we (like-minded book readers) share our knowledge of books/digital books with our readers.

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