Get Audiobook Chapters
Get Spotify catalog information about an audiobook's chapters. Audiobooks are only available within the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia markets.
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Please keep in mind that metadata, cover art and artist images must be accompanied by a link back to the applicable artist, album, track, or playlist on the Spotify Service. You must also attribute content from Spotify with the logo.More information
The Spotify ID for the audiobook.Example:
An ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code. If a country code is specified, only content that is available in that market will be returned.
If a valid user access token is specified in the request header, the country associated with the user account will take priority over this parameter.
Note: If neither market or user country are provided, the content is considered unavailable for the client.
Users can view the country that is associated with their account in the account settings.Example:
The maximum number of items to return. Default: 20. Minimum: 1. Maximum: 50.Default:
The index of the first item to return. Default: 0 (the first item). Use with limit to get the next set of items.Default:
Pages of chapters
A link to the Web API endpoint returning the full result of the requestExample:
The maximum number of items in the response (as set in the query or by default).Example:
URL to the next page of items. (
The offset of the items returned (as set in the query or by default)Example:
URL to the previous page of items. (
The total number of items available to return.Example:
A URL to a 30 second preview (MP3 format) of the chapter.
nullif not available.Important policy note
Audio Preview Clips may not be offered as a standalone service or product.More information
- available_marketsarray of strings
The number of the chapterExample:
A description of the chapter. HTML tags are stripped away from this field, use
html_descriptionfield in case HTML tags are needed.Example:
"We kept on ascending, with occasional periods of quick descent, but in the main always ascending. Suddenly, I became conscious of the fact that the driver was in the act of pulling up the horses in the courtyard of a vast ruined castle, from whose tall black windows came no ray of light, and whose broken battlements showed a jagged line against the moonlit sky."
A description of the chapter. This field may contain HTML tags.Example:
"<p>We kept on ascending, with occasional periods of quick descent, but in the main always ascending. Suddenly, I became conscious of the fact that the driver was in the act of pulling up the horses in the courtyard of a vast ruined castle, from whose tall black windows came no ray of light, and whose broken battlements showed a jagged line against the moonlit sky.</p>"
The chapter length in milliseconds.Example:
Whether or not the chapter has explicit content (true = yes it does; false = no it does not OR unknown).
External URLs for this chapter.
A link to the Web API endpoint providing full details of the chapter.Example:
The Spotify ID for the chapter.Example:
The cover art for the chapter in various sizes, widest first.
True if the chapter is playable in the given market. Otherwise false.
- languagesarray of stringsRequired
A list of the languages used in the chapter, identified by their ISO 639-1 code.Example:
The name of the chapter.Example:
"Starting Your Own Podcast: Tips, Tricks, and Advice From Anchor Creators"
The date the chapter was first released, for example
"1981-12-15". Depending on the precision, it might be shown as
The precision with which
release_datevalue is known.Allowed values:
The user's most recent position in the chapter. Set if the supplied access token is a user token and has the scope 'user-read-playback-position'.
Whether or not the episode has been fully played by the user.
The user's most recent position in the episode in milliseconds.
The object type.Allowed values:
The Spotify URI for the chapter.Example:
Included in the response when a content restriction is applied.
The reason for the restriction. Supported values:
market- The content item is not available in the given market.
product- The content item is not available for the user's subscription type.
explicit- The content item is explicit and the user's account is set to not play explicit content.
payment_required- Payment is required to play the content item.
Additional reasons may be added in the future. Note: If you use this field, make sure that your application safely handles unknown values.