, the Swedish audiobook company taking the industry by storm, was launched in Mexico earlier this month.

Its business model is similar to Netflix and Spotify ; through a monthly subscription that currently offers 110,000 titles in Mexico , in both English and Spanish .


's catalog includes fiction, biography, classics, original content , podcasts , and eBoooks . Also, the catalog is updated every week and contain new releases such as Tatiana Clouthier 's new book and Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls .


created an innovate app that is user-friendly , intuitive and allows you to download content and listen to it later, without an i nternet connection.


is now available in Mexico for MXN $149 per month and the app is available for both iOS and Android devices .

Conquering the Mexican market

The Swedish company collaborates with some of the most prestigious publishing houses in Mexico such as Almadía, Malpaso, Cidcli, Jus, Arlequín, and Lince, as well as international editorials like Planeta , Penguin Random House , and SM; therefore, its catalog is extensive and has something for everyone.


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They have five very clear reasons for investing in Mexico , one of the leading consumers of streaming services in the world: it's the country with the largest number of Spanish-speakers in the world, 120 million Mexicans; it's an entrance to Latin America and close to the US; the Netflix business model is a huge success; mobile phones have a huge permeation, and it's the main audiobook market in Latin America.


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