Yes i had the same problem. I love podcasts and lectures but some times i just want to skip 30 or 40 seconds. The podcast problem i solved by buying app called "doggcatcher" , it lets me choose how long i want to skip, you just have to go to the settings. I just wish it wasn't so expensive, still worth the cash. But on the music side the only one so far i have found is the "mortplayer audio book", not the "music player". they have two apps. I hope this info is helpful.I would hate to be one of those people that just post" Dude why do you want to do that the other way is better" They are the reason i stay away from forums. Love Z
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yeah I found doggcatcher too - it rocks
after a lot of downloading and experimenting
I've settled upon using
Listen for podcasts
Doggcatcher for video RSS subscriptions
Ambling book player for audiobooks
doubletwist for wireless syncing of music and movies using the brilliant airsync
and Poweramp for music playback
But I may move all my podcasts to Doggcatcher too - it's a fantastic app (although you got to love the ease with which you can subscribe with Listen directly within google reader
Why would you want to fast forward/rewind when you can seek to any part of the track you want?
The ability to seek to a position is the successor to rewind/fast forward. It's like DVDs vs. video cassettes.
I often listen to long mixes, the most recent one being basically a 10 hour continuous mp3. Trying to pinpoint a specific tune at 7 hours and 31 minutes into the mix is a bit tricky at times. Although using the seek feature (or whatever it is called) a fast forward and rewind button has its uses.
one thing you could maybe use is the doubletwist player - it includes an iphone-like scrolling bar where the more you move your finger away from the bar, the more precisely you can scroll it (if that makes sense). It basically allows you a better and more precise scrolling, try it.
Alternatively, there are fast forward/rewind buttons in poweramp.
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