Angel's Vox is the first audio player designed specifically for listening to audiobooks. It saves volume level, playback speed, last played track and position for each audiobook in the library. Calculates time played stats, has a sleep timer feature.
Description: Angel's Vox is the first audio player and ebook reader on the market designed specifically for audiobook enthusiasts. How often have you had to find the last track and position played after an interruption in listening? Would you like to listen to several books or podcasts at the same time, and to not lose your place in each one? Would you like to be able to speed-up a book's playback to save you time, or to slow it down when you cannot recognize the speech (e.g., when you are learning a foreign language)? Angel's Vox is an innovative and handy solution!
With the help of Angel's Vox, you can maintain a library of your audio books. You can configure a different volume level and playback speed for each one, and their settings will be restored when you replay them. Their track position will also be restored to the exact point where you've stopped listening to them.
Angel's Vox is integrated with Audiobook Downloader Pro, and, like other media player programs, it can also be embedded into the Windows Explorer shell for quick access to its major functions. Try Angel's Vox for 30 days, and if you find it useful, then please register it.
System Requirements: 300 MHz processor, 20 MB of RAM, 4 MB HDD, keyboard, mouse, 800x600 with 16-bit color depth
Change Info: Windows 7 Taskbar support. A sample free audio book is now distributed with the player. Fixed playback of extra-short audio files. Updated the playback libraries. Some grammar corrections and bug fixes.
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