The readers Every app I've downloaded like this one has the same readers as the last app and the reason I got a new app was because the reader was monotone sounded like a robot and I can't listen to that because it distracts me from the book. I think I'll just stick to reading in myself. And just reread the third book till the library opens and I can get the forth book of the series
Struggles when offline. I was driving through an area where I had no network coverage and it was a struggle to get my downloaded (downloaded, not streamed, to avoid this exact problem) book to begin. Got it eventually, but it should be as simple and pain-free as the music on my phone.
The Collector by Nora Roberts Great book however it turns out had already read it so it's all v familiar. The other thing us the reader narrates soooo ssslllloooowwwlllyyy which is hard to get used to, I can't find where to speed it up, I know some apps give you that option.
I was originally mad that after I started the free trial I got a notification from my bank app that a charge of$14.95 was made. But after I checked a half an hour later, that charge didn't stick. I guess they wanted to make sure you have the funds or something. Another audio book app did the same thing just with a dollar. My only issue now is I tried to DL the book I listened to to listen where I couldn't get signal and it wouldn't DL.
I downloaded the app to listen to "Ready Player One" read by Will Wheaton and found it to be a fantastic way to get through a novel I didn't always have time to dedicate to sitting and reading. I highly recommend others get the app and use it to supplement their livraries and reading lists ! It will not replace my paper (something about holding a book and turning pages) but definately will accompany them. Recommend it.
Paddle your own canoe This is my first experience with any type of audio book and must admit I was skeptical at first. The app is easy to use and performs perfectly.
- Improvements to media playback notifications
- General stability fixes
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