All your audio books in one place! Cozy is an audio book player for Linux and macOS which let’s you manage and play back your collection.



How can I get it?


For most distributions you can use Flatpak to install and run Cozy: Flathub

Or use the following commands:

flatpak remote-add --user --if-not-exists flathub
flatpak install --user flathub com.github.geigi.cozy


If you’re running elementaryOS, you can get Cozy from the App Center.

Arch Linux

Arch Linux users can find Cozy under the name cozy-audiobooks in the AUR:

$ pacaur -S cozy-audiobooks

Ubuntu, Debian, openSUSE, Fedora repositories

If you prefer a custom repository - for Ubuntu, Debian, openSUSE and Fedora there are package repositories on the openSUSE Build Service.

If you like this project, consider supporting me on Patreon :)


Cozy for macOS is currently on beta. It’s tested only on 10.14 Mojave so far and there are some known bugs:

You can download it here: Cozy 0.6.4 beta2 for macOS






I have imported wrong files and cannot get rid of them:

Delete the following folders to reset cozy (this will loose all saved progress):


I can’t uninstall the Flatpak:


flatpak uninstall com.github.geigi.cozy/x86_64/stable


flatpak uninstall --user com.github.geigi.cozy/x86_64/stable

Thanks to @Meresmata

Help me translate cozy!

Cozy is on Transifex, where anyone can contribute and translate. Can’t find your language in the list? Let me know!

A big thanks

To the creators from Lollypop. Their code helped a lot to learn Python and GTK development.

To the contributors on GitHub:

The translators:

To nedrichards for the Flatpak.