MortPlayer is the Dope! I've been using MortPlayer for a long time. It does everything I need with regard to audio books. - Playback that remembers where I left off, in a series and within a specific audiobook. I convert all my audiobooks and podcasts to .m4b format, and no matter where I am it remembers. - Easy navigation - Put all podcast episodes in a single folder. Just navigate within the app to the folder and voila, it finds the last played or you can select the one you want to listen to. - Lock screen widgets and home screen widgets. - You can turn off ads even if you don't donate, but I donated just because of that! If you listen to podcasts, or audiobooks, get this program.
Upgraded phone I recently went from Sony xperia arc s to a Motorola G. It was great before but now I have random stops during playback. I thought it was possibly a duff audiobook but it plays OK in my stock music player. The random stops are within 10 minutes every time. Please look into it and I will raise to 5 star
Perfect audio book app It offers every feature you could want in an audio book reader, and is easy to configure to boot. Never had a problem with this awesome little app... until I got my Note 3 a few weeks ago. Now it often keeps playing after hitting pause, but with no sound output. It also will start playing if it's paused, then a call comes through, then the call ends and then it starts playing. Send email to dev, but since last update was in 2012 I'm thinking that this software is at it's end of life :(
Could be improved, but best of the bunch Best audiobook player I have found so far. Two features which would be nice are speed controls and better seeking controls for large files. Quite a lot of the time I'd like to speed up playback by 20-40% with lectures or speeding over boring parts of books. I have some files which are 6+ hours and it's really have to skip forward-backward by several minutes.
Just what I needed! Excellent app. Tried many that fell short of this one. No ads or nagging. Multiple Bookmarks in Mp3's are easily saved. Only gripe, would be a better GUI. Other than that and maybe a tempo controller. The best part is being able to manually enter the time to play especially if you were using the regular mp3 player prior to this. Works with screen off/Bluetooth, etc. Great work! Oh ya, and FREE!!! Thanks!
almost perfect 1 it displays perfect on my chacha, which is a phone that no one cares about any more. 2 it saves my neck when i am heading down a 8hr long book in mp3 format, without it, cant imagine how would i finish it. 3 but what bothers me is that, i dont know the reason for this, but it seems runs on the background sometimes, even if i havent used it for a time. everything is just fine but this last one. but i think i will have to take it with me.
Workaround for a bug in Android 4.1