After the success of the article on RMVB player , now the subject is about the best player for podcast files , audiobooks and MP3 audio in general: MortPlayer Audio Books.
I have a habit of downloading podcasts to listen to while I’m at the gym or driving. I think this is a good way to take the time from these activities to some investment in learning. The big problem is that downloading podcasts only returns MP3 files that are not indexed. At most the file is numbered or has a number in the name followed by the episode title. By putting this on the phone it was very difficult to maintain the correct playback order using the standard player. Also every time I went to continue to listen to an episode it was necessary to remember where I had stopped, and ended up wasting time listening to some parts again.
I left the search for an Android player to believe that I found the best player I’ve ever used yet! The MortPlayer Audio Books automatically organizes the podcasts using some intelligence to identify the file name which is the order of the episodes. Simply put all the MP3s of each podcast in a directory of the phone and it organizes everything by itself. In addition said has a widget that makes it easy to start stop playback directly from a button on the phone’s desktop. You stop and he always records where you stopped listening to each audio. When giving the play again you continue a few seconds behind where you left off, to recap. The program is well thought out and full of interesting details.
MortPlayer has dozens of other functions and is a free app. However it is so well done and complete that many people buy another developer app that has the purpose of just serving as a donation. Visit the MortPlayer Audio Books page or search for “mortplayer” on the Android Market. Install and spend a little time setting you will not regret it. Solved once and for all the issue of playing podcasts and audiobooks on your phone! MortPlayer plays the following audio formats: MP3, Ogg Vorbis, M4A, 3GP, MIDI, Wave and on some devices the WMA and FLAC extensions are also supported.