Ginkgo Audiobook Player

Ginkgo Audiobook Player


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Ginkgo Audio Book Player is an audio player with special features for audio book listening and foreign language learning. It is designed to be simple, efficient and user friendly.

ATTENTION PLEASE: This application is based on Android system media facilities and supports the same files as the default android music player. If your file format is not supported or your files are hidden to Android music library (indicated by .nomedia file in the folder), you will not be able to listen them with Ginkgo Audio Book Player.
Easy navigation: Four step buttons (backward, fast backward, forward and fast forward) make seeking and repeating easy.

[Bookmark]: Bookmark function allows you to place multiple bookmarks within a track, that helps you to locate the begin of a chapter, a paragraph or even the begin of every phrase. You can also use the "create bookmarks by interval" function to "cut" long recordings into small pieces.

[Lyric and subtitle]: Lyric (.lrc) and subtitle (.srt) can be imported as bookmarks. This will be a great help to language learners.
You can find audio files with associated lyric /subtitle files on some language learning resource sites(e.g., or make your own lyric files with free tools. Once you get the lyric/subtitle files, put them into the related audio files folder and import them as bookmarks.

[Progression]: your progression (shown by a dark green progress bar) on each track is memorized to resume later.

[Support files]: This application is based on Android system media facilities and supports the same files as android music player does (This varies depending on devices. Commonly supported formats include: .3gp .mp3 .mp4, .m4a .flac .wav .ogg)

[Tags based browsing]: built on Android system audio library, the browsing interface is revamped to be simple and efficient.

[Folders based browsing]: you can also browse audio files by folder/file names. The library scan is automatic and instantaneous.

[Configurable headset buttons]: Wired and Bluetooth headset buttons are supported and can be reassigned to step and bookmark actions.

Key words: audiobook, foreign language, bookmark, seek, repeat, progression, resume, folder, headset buttons, MortPlayer, Audible, Ambling, Akimbo, Astro.

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Recently changed in this version

V 1.6.6
Repair bluetooth button for Android 4.
Bookmark file loading bug fix.
V 1.6.1
Import of lyric and subtitle file improvement :
Allow choosing text encoding when automatic detection failed.
V 1.6.0
Add donation and advertisement removal.
V 1.5.0
In "Folders Based Browsing", folder exclusion is supported to show only useful folders.
V 1.4.0
Lyric (.lrc) and subtitile(.srt) import added.

Comments and ratings for Ginkgo Audiobook Player
  • (43 stars)

    by Bruce Bullman on 04/07/2014

    The controls in this app make language study much easier. Interval rewind, bookmarks, and last place memory are fantastic for that purpose. It would be nice if I could launch it as a media player from the file browser. I would also like to have a list of all bookmarks in all files for quickly going to a bookmark in another file.

  • (43 stars)

    by Thomas Lau on 22/05/2014

    5 stars, for sure! Have been searching for an mp3 player that have interval skip control. This App does exactly what I want & it takes up very little space. Would be nice if I can change the Gingko leaf image.

  • (43 stars)

    by Christopher Connolly on 16/04/2014

    Works well, but unable to find my audio books, so of no real use.

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    by Nakeisha WALKE on 17/02/2014


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    by Justin Forman on 13/02/2014

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    by Pradeep Gupta on 02/02/2014


  • (43 stars)

    by Kev B on 29/01/2014

    Not just an audio book player, also a podcast player, or any long mp3. Long mp3's need big and small jumps, because moving a slider is just plain silly for precise jumps.

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