Download The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine as a Free, Interactive eBook

A year ago, Apple began selling The Beatles’ catalogue of music on iTunes. Now, twelve months and many millions of downloads later, Apple is giving away The Beatle’s Yellow Submarine as a free ebook.

It’s not just any ebook. Based on the 1968 film, this ebook features animated illustrations, 14 video clips from the original film, audio functionality that magically turns the book into an audio book, and various interactive elements. You can “read” the book (download it here) on any iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. Our apologies in advance if you use other devices.

The Yellow Submarine will be added to our collection of Free eBooks, which features 250 classics, including texts by Isaac Asimov, Philip K. Dick, Dostoevsky, Kafka, Joyce, Nabokov, Austen, Nietzsche and others. Also don’t miss our equally large collection of Free Audio Books.

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  • Felicia Poes says:

    I downloaded this book several years ago but it is no longer functional and does not appear to be available in the US. Is there any way to get this eBook again?

  • Charlotte Williams says:

    I have the same question. My grandsons love this ebook, but it has lost some functionality. I would gladly pay for a copy, if I could find it.

  • Scott says:

    I had this on my old iPad and when I upgraded to a new iPad Air 2 it is no longer in my purchased apps. My boys keep asking for it. Where is this app? I would happily pay for a copy so that my boys can continue their appreciation for the Beatles.

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