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Description: Digital Audio Book is a simple and convenient audiobook player. It keeps track of current book, last position in the book, and supports bookmarks and sleep timer functionality. When using a local server to download, you decide how the book will look in the player. If in chapter 18 there is a map of caves, just add this map image to 18th chapter. If the second chapter begins with a verse, add it to the description of the chapter. Combine sounds, images and literary texts.   Features: - Playback from SD card (only mp3 files, except variable rate mp3, requires changing file extensions to .dabm). If in the book more than 50 files use subfolders - Music+Video Hub integration - Playing in the background - Current book - Last position for each audio file - Custom bookmarks - Sleep Timer - Loading of the book through SkyDrive, via podcast or a local server - separate utility http://sdrv.ms/1aiM1Yr - Voice control: voice commands to continue playing, adding bookmarks, stop playing with option to close the application. (Deutsch, English (United States), italiano, русский, 中文(简体) only) - Live Tiles, both for application and for books - Quick track navigation - Volume control   In trial mode: - No ads - Only first two book files are available when loading from SD card - Two downloaded books - Two custom bookmarks per book - Sleep timer setting can't be changed (10 minutes by default) - Application settings not available

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Published by

Dmitry Naboychenko

Developed by

Dmitry Naboychenko

Release date

6/5/2013

Approximate size

3.22 MB

Age rating

For all ages


Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

Deutsch (Deutschland)
English (United States)
Italiano (Italia)
Русский (Россия)
Українська (Україна)
中文(中国)


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