Osplay Trial

Osplay Trial


Osplay has entered maintenance mode due to poor revenue. No further enhancements are planned and only critical bug fixes will be released. Please use e-mail if something is broken.

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Promotional version of Osplay with the following limitations:
Audio stream periodically interrupted with advertisement for full version
Limited of 20 track sets
Limited of 50 different tracks played
Speed adjustment limited to between 0.8 and 1.25
Notification at app start reminding that it is a trial version

Any bookmarks or history you create with the trial version will be imported into the full version when you buy it.

Save time by speeding up audiobooks or podcasts in MP3 or Ogg Vorbis format. (MP4 audio and WAV will play, but cannot be sped up.) Pitch maintained when an audiobook or podcast is made faster.

Play entire albums, artists, playlists, or directories in order. Track position saved and restored between plays. Saves bookmarks and navigation history in or between files.

Permissions:
Access Network State: Used to detect airplane mode and not use Internet.

Internet: Analytics, license validation.

Read Phone State: Automatically pause when call received.

Wake Lock: Keep CPU awake while playing audio.

Recent changes:
Updates to speed adjustment library derived from Presto implementation. Most major thing is seeking is much faster for large files.
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Free
76
3.8
User ratings
36
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
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File size
871 kb
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About Osplay Trial
Osplay has entered maintenance mode due to poor revenue. No further enhancements are planned and only critical bug fixes will be released. Please use e-mail if something is broken.

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Promotional version of Osplay with the following limitations:
Audio stream periodically interrupted with advertisement for full version
Limited of 20 track sets
Limited of 50 different tracks played
Speed adjustment limited to between 0.8 and 1.25
Notification at app start reminding that it is a trial version

Any bookmarks or history you create with the trial version will be imported into the full version when you buy it.

Save time by speeding up audiobooks or podcasts in MP3 or Ogg Vorbis format. (MP4 audio and WAV will play, but cannot be sped up.) Pitch maintained when an audiobook or podcast is made faster.

Play entire albums, artists, playlists, or directories in order. Track position saved and restored between plays. Saves bookmarks and navigation history in or between files.

Permissions:
Access Network State: Used to detect airplane mode and not use Internet.

Internet: Analytics, license validation.

Read Phone State: Automatically pause when call received.

Wake Lock: Keep CPU awake while playing audio.

Recent changes:
Updates to speed adjustment library derived from Presto implementation. Most major thing is seeking is much faster for large files.

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User reviews of Osplay Trial
Great for speeding up podcast/audiobook play. Auto-corrects for pitch (better than Astro Player for this).
Oct 2, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 13, 2011
Excellent application! Very good configurable headset options! Would it be possible to add some kind of "car mode" when some commands will be associated with shaking actions? For example, I am listening often podcasts in the car and I would like skipping advertisement block easily and without drawing my attention away from the road.
A Google User
Nov 13, 2011
Excellent application! Very good configurable headset options! Would it be possible to add some kind of "car mode" when some commands will be associated with shaking actions? For example, I am listening often podcasts in the car and I would like skipping advertisement block easily and without drawing my attention away from the road.
Victor
Nov 13, 2011
Excellent application! Very good configurable headset options! Would it be possible to add some kind of "car mode" when some commands will be associated with shaking actions? For example, I am listening often podcasts in the car and I would like skipping advertisement block easily and without drawing my attention away from the road.
A Google User
Oct 21, 2011
Ugly and no fullscreen
Darius
Oct 21, 2011
Ugly and no fullscreen