50,000 - 100,000 downloads
by David Kennar on 30/01/2015
Great for playing my voip messages
by R Brown on 27/01/2015
Works fine every time. Never had any problems. Worth the little money you spend for it.
by Conrad Johansen on 26/01/2015
Simple and effective to play .wav files in email attachments.
by Judy Nicasio on 26/01/2015
It does its job. Really good app.
by Emanuel Bardanis on 26/01/2015
Glad I found this - works great for opening email attachments on my Nexus 6. The new theme looks excellent as well.
by Jose Chavez on 24/01/2015
by Kenneth Brauchle on 15/01/2015
Seamless integration. I can finally play my voicemail without a hassle. Best dollar I've spent
by Matt Myers on 05/01/2015
Works great for WAV voicemail attachments. I love that it doesn't require special permissions. Thank you.
by PMB233 on 28/12/2014
Long time user perfect for playing WAV files easy allows pausing rewind very nice
by Allan Holder on 10/12/2014
needed it to listen to emailed voice mail attachments from my company's asterisk phone system. worth 99 cents, thanks.
by Ereth McKnight-MacNeil on 23/11/2014
Works great. Auto speaker vs earpiece selection is just what I didn't know I wanted! Nice work.
by Troy Dennison on 22/11/2014
Had an issue with Touchdown email program. Contacted developer of WavPlayer as directed since WavPlayer program didn't fix the problem & heard back within 24 hours. He gave a solution and was extremely helpful. Program works exactly as represented. Well worth the $1 .... I now forward the VM email's to my gmail account and am able to hear my business VM's remotely. Thank you for a great product an
by Phil Harris on 20/11/2014
Was unable to listen to my MagicJack voicemails after updating to Lollipop. Downloaded this and it works again. I don't know why Google can't include a audio format that has been around since the Windows 95 days, but whatever. This app was a buck, and it works.
by Andrea Leone on 20/11/2014
by Steven Bell on 12/11/2014
A simple solution to a simple problem. It's a thing of beauty. I have no idea why .wav's are not supported by android, just stupid if you ask me. Anywho, you rock!!