Angel’s Vox is the very first audio player on the market designed specifically for audiobook enthusiasts. It saves your valuable time, helps to learn new foreign languages, has a lot of useful unique features for listening to audio books.
Here is the list of key features that make Angel’s Vox a must-have software if you are listening to audiobooks and podcasts on Windows:
- Supports MP3, OGG, MPEG-4, and WAV audio file formats.
- A skinnable and convenient user interface.
- Angel’s Vox can speed up playback to save your time, or can slow it down if you cannot recognize the speech (may be useful when you are learning a new foreign language).
- Stores a volume level and playback speed, bookmarks the last played track and position for each audiobook in the library.
- Angel’s Vox has a sleep timer feature: you can shutdown, reboot, or log off Windows at the specified time. Besides, this utility allows you to lower the volume level progressively at the end of the scheduled period.
- Calculates time played stats for each audio book in the collection.
- Integrated with the audiobook downloader.
- An integration into the Windows Explorer shell for quick access to the program’s functions.
- The configurable Skip Commercials feature.
- Support of multimedia keys. Now you can take advantage of having a multimedia keyboard or even a remote control!
- The portable version of Angel’s Vox is available.
- The fastest loading and running of the player, the modest main memory, CPU time, and disk space consumption.
- Works on all NT-based operating systems, from Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP, up to Windows Vista and 7, including x64 editions.
- Exporting/importing playlists into an intermediary format for transferring audiobooks, generating of reports, and more!
Download Free Trial
You can download an evaluation version of Angel’s Vox and try it for 30 days.
Angel’s Vox is Shareware. This means that it must be purchased before all benefits of the software will become available.
Single User License
The single user license costs $29.95. It allows you to install the audiobook player on 2 computers (e.g. on a laptop and a desktop) for usage by one person. Please use this link to buy the single user license for Angel’s Vox:
The household license costs $49.90. It allows to use Angel’s Vox by any number of people in your household. It is intended for home use only and covers all the computers in one household, even those are away at school. Please follow this link to proceed to the order form:
The bundles and suites including Angel’s Vox are available here. If you need a custom license for more users, or a site license for a company, please contact us and we’ll get back to you with an advantageous offer as soon as possible.
Upon registration you receive tech support via e-mail or support forums. In addition, all updates during the major version (currently 1.X) development cycle of Angel’s Vox will be available for you for free. When a new version (2.X, with a radical number of changes) will out, we will offer a 60% discount for existing customers to upgrade.
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New features marked with a plus symbol (+), and improvements with an exclamation mark (!).
1.7 (April 14, 2012)
[+] Digitally signed the main program’s binaries.
[+] Ensured compatibility with the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
[+] Tested on the Ubuntu GNU/Linux Desktop 11.10 64-bit and Wine 1.4 final.
[!] The code recreating the tray icon after Windows Explorer’s restart was improved to work around the UIPI mechanism.
[!] The volume fading in is no longer applied to short sound files.
[!] Upgraded the audio subsystem.
[!] The Windows UIPI fix for the multimedia keys support.
[!] Remembering of the most recently used folder paths between launches, by the commands “Play Directory” and “Add Directory”.
[!] Enhanced the product installer: now it sets the correct working directory for the created shortcuts.
[!] Fixed the tab order of the windows “Settings” and “Sleep Timer Options”.
[!] Updated the used list control to the most recent version.
[!] Resolved the issue of detecting multiple running instances when the process is launched elevated (the UIPI workaround affecting Windows Vista, Seven, and Eight).
[!] Enhanced handling of the Windows 8/7 taskbar: now the bookmarking audiobook player automatically recreates the thumbnail buttons after restarting Windows Explorer.
[!] A couple of grammar corrections.
1.6 (August 25, 2011)
[+] An integration with the Windows 7 Taskbar: now you can control playback using a toolbar on the thumbnail preview.
[+] Links to the product and vendor websites in the Help menu.
[+] From now on, a sample audio book is distributed with the player. Currently it is Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincoln.
[!] Fixed playback of extra-short audio (files shorter than 0.5 sec were not played at all).
[!] Fix for the file list: the horizontal scroll bar is no longer displayed when the vertical bar appears.
[!] The main skin is switched to Impulse.
[!] Fixed the volume slider graphics of the Snow Leopard skin.
[!] Fixed possible memory leaks in the both list controls.
[!] Updated the audio effects library.
[!] Updated the AAC/MP4 decoder.
[!] Some grammar corrections of the app UI.
[!] Got the error message appeared when calling Play Directory for a folder with no supported audio files.
[!] Enhanced the bitrate calculation.
[!] The setup program is tuned to assign informative hints to shortcuts created in the Start Menu and on the Desktop.
[!] A ton of minor improvements.
1.5 (December 9, 2010)
[+] Added an integration with Audiobook Downloader Pro.
[!] Updated the internal audio playback library.
[!] Updated the internal audio effects library.
[!] Fixed skinning of the two main lists: Library and File List.
[!] Some minor tweaks.
1.4.5 (August 2, 2010)
[!] Improved backing up on updating the database at program startup.
[!] The readme documentation was expanded by adding a new paragraph into it.
[!] Enhanced UI of the Enter Code dialog window.
[!] A few internal enhancements.
[!] Version information was added into the product installer.
[!] Now the uninstaller also removes the database backup if the user chose to delete user data.
1.4.4 (April 22, 2010)
[+] Added support of MPEG-4 audio file formats: now the player can playback AAC, MP4, M4A and M4B files.
[+] Ability to change the tempo of an audio book without changing the pitch, and to alter the playback pitch regardless of other params. Explore additional options using the spinner at left and above of the Stop button.
[+] Added a configurable function for skipping commercials.
[+] Count-down mode for the track progress timer.
[+] Disabling hardware mixing option for bypassing possible driver issues.
[!] Restoring from the system tray when loading a second copy of the audio book player.
[!] Some interface fixes and corrections.
1.3 (February 5, 2010)
[!] Changed an icon of the Sleep Timer button.
[!] Fixed the problem with skinned scroll bars when in the always-on-top mode.
[!] Minimizing to tray when the Shift key is hold down.
[!] Skinned dialogs for opening files were replaced by the standard system dialogs.
[+] Added an optional support of multimedia keys (see the dialog Settings).
[+] Added an option for an exact seeking and length detection.
[+] Added an option “Automatically create a record in the Library on calling the Play File(s)/Directory command”. It is enabled by default.
[!] A few minor enhancements.
1.2 (December 23, 2009)
[+] Added support of the waveform audio (WAV) file format.
[+] Added “pause playback” and “pause playback and quit” options for the sleep timer.
[+] Added menu items and keyboard shortcuts for speeding up and slowing down the playback.
[+] Always-on-top feature for the main window.
[!] A confirmation dialog now shows when a user tries to delete an audiobook from the library.
[!] Fixed disabling the trackbar when a user adds audiobook to the library.
[!] Corrected detection of a bitrate.
[!] A few small fixes and improvements in the program code and installation script.
1.1 (December 16, 2009)
[!] Fixed disabling of the sleep timer.
[+] Added the space key as a keyboard shortcut for the play/pause action.
[+] Reports now include a mention of an overall duration.
[!] Improved drag & drop into the file list.
[!] A title of the main window now changes on editing the current audiobook name.
[!] Fixed volume regulation when the sleep timer is on.
[!] A few internal improvements.
1.0 (December 11, 2009)
The first public release of Angel’s Vox.
Here are the awards that our audiobook player received since releasing the very first version in 2009: