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Bookmobile Audiobook Player
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Books||7.8.7||November 06, 2017||4.42|
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Version 7.8.7 released on November 06, 2017
Feature swap: - The Dim Screen option for the Sleep Timer has been removed. - An Auto-Start option has been added to the Sleep Timer. Bug Fixes. If on app start, or device wake, the audio position jumps back to zero, wait a few seconds and the app might be able to reposition correctly.
Version 7.8.3 released on August 07, 2017
Bug fixes and enhancements: - fixed crasher for users with Podcasts in iTunes Library - menu item for deleting all audiobooks that have been removed from iTunes Library - more episode information from podcasts in iTunes Library - podcast episodes can be marked as seen at any time - better table layout when reordering chapters or podcast episodes - podcast episodes now show progress bar in episode table - shorter time-to-play for long mp3s.
Version 7.8.2 released on August 01, 2017
Elapsed/Remaining time for total and chapters can now be shown as percentage, in addition to H:M:S. (tap on either to change)
Version 7.8.1 released on July 25, 2017
- Bookshelf improvements - Podcast episodes now show entire description - Bug fixes.
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Simply Better. Easier-to-use, clean design, full control, and audio from more sources. Bookmobile provides a better experience for listening to audiobooks than any other app. Try it for free! Download the app as a FREE TRIAL of up to 5 audiobooks for 60 days. If you like it, an In-App purchase will allow an unlimited number of audiobooks for $3.99 USD. So, what do you get? An interface optimized for listening to spoken word content, especially while driving. No sliders, dragging or other controls that are nearly impossible to get right while you are driving. Easy access to the controls that matter most while listening. Get, play and manage audio content from a wide variety of sources: iTunes, Audible.com, Librivox.org, CDs, public library downloads, RSS feeds, Dropbox, and more. Auto-Bookmarks make it easy to find your place. Customizable, exportable bookmarks (name, color, and notes) to keep track of special audio passages. Complete control over audio files: - Reorder parts/episodes. - Change title of audiobooks, podcasts, parts, episodes. - Cover artwork can be added or replaced -- just a simple copy-and-paste of any image from web or photo library. - Download/delete/re-download audio files whenever you want. Audio File Types Supported: - DRM-enabled content (from Audible.com or iTunes Store) - non-DRM content (from web downloads, CDs, etc.) - M4B audiobooks, including chapters, artwork - MP3 audio files, including artwork, ID3 tags - import individual audio files, folders of audio files, or Zip archives (including artwork image files) Audio Import Options: - add from on-device iTunes Library - use your computer's web browser - use iTunes File Sharing (no syncing required) - Open in... Bookmobile from other apps, including Dropbox, Mail or Safari - download from websites or local computer Download straight into the app from iTunes Store, Librivox.org, and ListenUp Audiobooks. Sleep Timer - Easy access from main screen, - Shake to add time before or after expiration, - Auto-screen dimming, - Stop at the current chapter end, or any number of minutes. Podcasts - easily search and browse through thousands of podcasts, - import from RSS feed, - import in mass from OPML file, - check for new episodes in all your podcasts or each individually, - customize artwork and titles, - bookmarks fully supported with name, notes, and color, - specify play order priorities (oldest, newest, next newest, etc) for each podcast, - specify auto-download settings (limits, wifi-requried, replacement policy) for each podcast, - specify skip amounts (opening, closing, driving mode) for each podcast. Playback Speed can be adjusted from slightly faster (10%) to double speed, with lots of options in-between. Bluetooth/Remote controls - Pause/Play - 30-sec skip (or your custom value) AirPlay support allows redirection of audio output. Mix audiobooks and podcast episodes in playlist. and more!!!
Bookmobile Audiobook Player Ranking History | Books
Bookmobile Audiobook Player daily app ranking in Books category for the last 30 days.
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Bookmobile Audiobook Player rankings per country in Books category.
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