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Bookmobile or Bookmower seem to be what you're looking for. I haven't used them, but based on their descriptions in the App Store and their website, seems that they have all the features that you're looking for. The former supports podcasts as well. They seem to be free for a limited time only, but it's always worth to pay for the apps one needs that would ...


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The .odm file is not an actual audio book it is an XML media file that defines information about the audio book and where to download it from. The application to open it is Overdrive Media which is a free application available for multiple platforms including Windows 8/10. Once you have that application you may find that it downloads the actual audio files ...


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Have a look at Mortplayer https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.stohelit.audiobookplayer It remembers the last point played in each file, has exact times stamp searching as well as skip forward/back by set amounts. I've been using it for a few years on Windows Mobile, Blackberry and now Android and it's the best I've found.


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I had forgotten about that question, but I found out that MX Player actually does a good job. In particular, it has the most important feature - it remembers positions, per each file. Also, it remembers the last file played, per each directory, so it works well enough for audiobooks that are split into multiple files. Again, it's last file played per-...


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I don't know an all-in-one software that would convert epub/mobi to mp3, but I've managed to convert a pdf to mp3 in the past by using pdf2txt, espeak, and ffmpeg. All three are command line applications. Espeak can convert a plain text file to a wav file. So you need to convert the EPUB file to a text file, then convert that to a wav file, and convert the ...


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It looks like DaisyDuck does what you need it too. It's open source and contains a GUI interface for playing Daisy Digital audiobooks. It provides an audiobook navigation structure and allows you to pause the audio as well. It also is compatible with both Windows and Linux (note: the Linux version is more updated than the Windows). DaisyDuck project (open ...


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Try MP3 Audiobook Player Free . Very simple and useful application. Supports MP3 and M4B audiobooks. Has bookmarks and timer. In Appstore there is a free version (with 12h duration limit and ads) and a pay version without any limitation. Books can be uploaded over iTunes or browser on desktop.


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My recommendation would be PocketCasts I can stop playback and even close the app, reboot my phone, and come back to it later and I don’t lose my place in the book. That is, the app remembers the hour and minute I left off at. Audible solves this problem very well. So does the new Google Podcasts app. Google Play Music does not. Just tried reboot and it ...


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Update: As of 06/13, I can confirm that the Tuneskit Audible Converter is able to decrypt Audible audiobooks without using the analog loophole. I set it up on a system without the components necessary to play audio, and the process worked perfectly. It is very quick, and seems to preserve all quality without increasing the file size. Once the files are ...


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Undulib does all of that, except placing bookmarks. It will remember your last playing position. -Take this suggestion with a grain of salt. I am the developer of Undulib.


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