Here’s the more complete answer:
I tend to go back and forth between print (whether it be physical print or digital “print”) and an audiobook. This has to do with relative reading speed – I read a lot faster in my head than an audiobook narrator does. If I’m reading along, I tend to find that frustrating.
That said, this was something I frequently encouraged my students to do. This had to do with (again) relative reading speed and prosody, among other things. A number of my students were English learners, so reading along with the audiobook aided in language acquisition.