So many options It's great it has almost everything I could want. If I was to make an improvement I would add handset button option to increase volume (maybe 1 click + long presses, and 2 clicks + long press to decrease?) Sometimes when it's cold I have to take off gloves just to get my hand to pocket to up the volume...
The best indeed It is really an amazing program to read audio books. There are many customisation options and the usage is quite clear. Works very well with headset buttons - but there is a bit of delay and it might loose track by a few seconds sometimes (not a big issue but would be nice if it can be corrected).
Needs some work This app is pretty good. However it needs a play back speed controller badly! ! Also the skip button on my galaxy lll doesn't work at all. Plz fix this could be a 5 star app! It has all extras you have to buy on other adiobook plays for free. This app just needs a little work.
Hrm Wonderful, get to save my place and not have to search where the spot left off, and control the rewinding if you miss something! Only thing, it seems to take issue with a) files that were added a second time, and b) files that weren't added the same time as ones that had been there longer. Today, the later files were automatically deleted. Sadface. Otherwise, great app.
The best audio book player for Android. Feature-wise this app is incredible. It could use a simpler, sleeker UI overhaul though, but I'm nitpicking.
Simply the best I have this app on all my devices as it is simply unbeatable. It remembers my position in those pesky one-file audiobooks. It remembers which file I'm on when a book is split into many sections. It has a bedtime timer so your book doesn't keep on rolling after you fall asleep. After using this, audio players that don't let you configure your own audio folder will look like they're designed by idiots. This prevents any mp3 detritus like game sounds and ringtones from showing up in your player. It has a few downsides - the interface looks far from pretty and isn't really designed to take advantage of the bigger tablet screen. Also, the navigation is bonkers. But I regularly try other audiobook readers to find that they are designed by people who clearly never use audio books. Morty wins out every time.
Workaround for a bug in Android 4.1