Many ways to download audiobooks from your computer, your device, websites or Youtube
Smart sleep timer with gradual volume reduction and restart when you shake the device
Wide range of playback speed: from x0.5 to x5.0
Keep your listening statistics. You can see how many books you've listened to and how long it took
A large number of supported audio file formats. MP3, M4B, MP4, AWB, FLAC and others
Integration with Apple CarPlay allows you to conveniently listen to audiobooks while driving without taking your eyes off the road
Thanks to easy downloading method, you'll be able to listen to many more audiobooks. Discover new literary genres and pump up your knowledge of our world!
“Come to the book as you would come to an unexplored land. Come without a map. Explore it and draw your own map.”
MP3 Audiobook Player remembers the last stopping place for each book, so you can easily switch between books/lectures without losing your reading position. You can create bookmarks with comments and return to them when needed.
“Literature is the most agreeable way of ignoring life.”
Black powder, the world’s first chemical explosive, was originally developed in the seventh century, during China’s Tang dynasty. It was a crude mixture at first, but over time chemists discovered the optimum proportion of sulfur, charcoal, and nitrates, as well as the best way to mix them so that the particles of each component were tiny and homogenous, resulting in a complete and powerful reaction. Author and chemistry buff Simon Quellen Field takes readers on a decades-long journey through the history of things that go boom, from the early days of black powder to today’s modern plastic explosives. Not just the who, when, and why, but also the how. How did Chinese alchemists come to create black powder? What accidents led to the discovery of high explosives? How do explosives actually work on a molecular scale? And though most people have a vague understanding that dynamite is more powerful than gunpowder, what does it mean to be more powerful? Boom! The Chemistry and History of Explosives goes back to the original papers and patents written by the chemists who invented them, to shed light on their development, to explore the consequences of their use for good and ill, and to give the reader a basic understanding of the chemistry that makes them possible.
MP3 Audiobook Player was designed and developed to make listening to audiobooks as pleasant and convenient as possible.
Dark mode for night owls. Choose between various fun themes.
Smart rewind. Volume Boost. Change playback speed from 0.5X to 5.0X.
Maintain and see progress of your books. Change cover art, title and author.
Support for remote events from headset buttons and lock screen. CarPlay support.
I have used this app to listen to my audio books for several years now. I keep several book series, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, etc., add new books, remove after read, etc. While I currently have 17 books loaded, with several books in progress, the app has never lost a reading place. Bookmarks work like a charm. I not only listen to audio books at home, I also listen while I drive. I appreciate that the app pauses during turn-by-turn directions. Thank you for an app that just does its thing flawlessly.stillcrazy
Loved the free version so much, I upgraded to the Pro version. Love how it can play numerous formats. Easy to use, and navigate. Hope in a future update they include the ability to autoplay the next book after the previous one ended. Not all files are always a book, so in those cases this would be perfect, as some files are per chapter from some online sources.Hart316
I have been using this app for almost 100 days, now. I was very happy with the functions this app provided. This includes but not limited to the ease of transfer of books over wifi, easy navigation of the audiobook and the bookmarks features. It’s a must-have app for any user who looks forward to listening to audio books.wokrishnahai
This app has a ton of features for listening to your audiobooks. The shake to extend the sleep timer is very convenient and a feature I miss when I switch back to the Audible app for my library there. Also, the equalizer has been a really nice addition along with the audio preset built in. I can keep my books out on my iCloud Drive and download them when I’m ready to listen. Great app!kwikknick