Technology News Desk!!! Major music streaming platform Spotify has announced that it has expanded its audiobooks offering to more countries. The audiobook is also now available in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, the company said in a blogpost. The platform first announced support for audiobooks in September, but was then available only in the US. It allows users to listen to over 3,00,000 audiobook titles, which can also be downloaded for offline listening The audiobook appears with a lock icon on the play button, indicating that users must purchase it in order to listen. The automatic bookmarking feature helps users save their place so that they can resume immediately. Pick up where he left off. The company said, while audio books represent only 6 to 7 per cent share in the broader book market, the category is growing at a rate of 20 per cent year-on-year. In August this year, the platform was working on a new feature , allowing users to post audio comments or reactions to music playlists. A Reddit user in Vietnam witnessed the Spotify experiment firsthand.