You need a smartphone or a tablet running the Android 5.0 system or newer.
You can also run the app on Android 4.3+ and the Kindle Fire tablets but there
will be some limitations when making a dedicated
An internet connection is needed during installation but it is not necessary
when listening to audiobooks.
2. Install Homer Player
Open the Play Store app on your tablet,
search for "Homer Player" and tap "Install".
If your tablet doesn't have the Google Play Store (e.g. Kindle Fire), you can
download the installation APK file directly from https://goo.gl/XJhKX7.
Open the downloaded file on your phone or tablet to install.
3. Open Homer Player
Text-to-Speech engine selection.
The first time you open Homer Player you may be prompted to choose a
Text-to-Speech (TTS) engine. Choose one (Google is a safe bet - this can be
changed later) and tap "Always".
Text-to-Speech is used by Homer Player to read audiobook titles. If it
doesn't work, check the FAQ for help.
4. Play with the app
You can download sample audiobook excerpts from within the app so that you can
start testing it right away.
Play, pause, swipe left and right to change books, test flip-to-stop and other features, tap the screen 5 times (while
paused) to enter settings.
Copy your audiobooks to the tablet. Create a folder to put all audiobooks
in the tablet's storage, e.g. Audiobooks (there may already be
one). Put each audiobook in its own folder inside this main one. The folder
name will be displayed and read as the book title.
Open Homer Player, tap 5 times to open settings and choose "Audiobook
folders" (if you haven't installed samples, just tap "Choose audiobooks
folder"). Navigate to the Audiobooks folder you created earlier
and select it.