Does everything I want Like a lot of folks I came across this app looking for a way to get variable (faster) playback. This app not only has that, but has pretty good pitch correction. I can listen to audio books at a nice tight clip (1.35 is my standard) and correct the sound well enough that I don't feel like I'm betraying the voice actor. The EQ helps get clear sound to my crummy headphones. It has a simple, clean interface that's easy to learn. It loads and updates my library automatically and accurately.
Flexible and reliable Unlike all the karaoke folk, I use it mainly on podcasts. Between well-designed speed changes, sleep timer, bookmarks, easy access to downloads, it's by far my favorite. Especially since it never drops out or crashes as other free mp3 players have. Best part is several modes of ff rewind with virtual button or drag slider so I can move around a long podcast as easily as a song.
The Best I've Tried 5 Stars. Best variable speed of playback. Smooth interface. I listen mostly to speech. Tried many players. Stayed with Maple. My only improvement would be ability to use multiple instances, so I could keep long audio files open to pause midway and pick up hours or days later, having listened to other things in between.
Superb,awsome nd mind blowing media player I am a guitar player.so playing guitar for any song scale is most important.maple media player help me for learn lot of thing.i give 100 Star to maple nd the maple team.thanks
I liked it... but I really love the app in general but the only thing I have issue with is it doesn't save. Can you update this version with the saving option? Thanks.
Pitch and tempo control plus looping of parts of tunes make this really useful But it stopped working on my old Kobo Arc with the latest release and I don't have the older version. Arghh!
2.7.0 (September 3, 2016)
* Updated translations
* Some small improvements