Do you want to watch movie over and over again?
Do you like listening music,Podcast repeatedly?
Do you want to listen particular sentence in lecture?
Speater is the answer. You will know Speater is the smartest repeat player in the world.
It shows you the easiest way to find the part that you want to move by scrolling waveform graph.
You can use your own iPod songs, videos, Podcasts, iTunes U. In addition, Speater support 'File sharing' and allow you to make your own folder structure.
When you want to memorize any songs or music videos , Speater will help you by dividing words automatically.
When you watch movies with subtitles, you can repeat current subtitle in an easy way.
1. support audio/video files
2. waveform interface
- manual repeatAB interface
3. repeat type
- typical repeat AB (visual interface)
- auto repeat
- subtitles repeat
4. support iPod
- iTunes U
- Recent Files
5. support File Sharing
- Create/Move/Delete folders/files
- support subtitles format (srt, smi)
- support gesture mode (swipe/tap)
- support background play
- support bookmark
- support speed control (x0.5 - x3.0)
- fixed no icon issue
- minor bug fix
Ratings and Reviews
This is a “first impression” review, because I’ve only just discovered this great little app. I’ve been searching far and wide for a music player suitable for language learning. A key feature is the ability to skip back and forth within a recording using finely tuned time increments. This app seems to be just about perfect in that regard. The huge space allotted to lyrics is a particularly nice bonus feature. I’ve been using Cesium for months now, and find it to be better than Apple’s default player. But even if Cesium ever got around to adding a 5 second rewind feature (which I’ve asked for a dozen times without success), it still would not come close to Speater. I only wish I’d discovered it sooner.
Absolutely Fantastic! Thank you!
What a fantastic app for language learning! I use it to skip back or loop a tiny section of a song or podcast in order to learn the Spanish. This is SO worth the cost of the app for me. Many thanks to the developers and thank you to Olly Richards for mentioning it on your "I Will Teach You a Language" podcast.
Great language learning tool
After a recent update of both the app and the iphone in spring 2017, everything was lost and it crashed--no song titles and no playlists. But with nothing to lose, I deleted all music and videos from my iphone, resynced with itunes, re-added my foreign language audio and playlist, **deleted** the app and its associtated data, and finally reinstalled the app and acknowledged its access settings. No idea what exactly was the cause, but it was almost certainly the Apple update.
This did the trick as now the playlists critical to my language learning were available again. This app is very important to my foreign language learning and it has a unique interface that I've never seen better implemented. In a pinch, VLC on the computer will do it, but it isn't designed with repeating small audio chunks over and over again.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.