Cozy is a free open source audiobook player for Linux and MacOS. You can use it to manage audiobooks such as importing, browsing, and playing audiobooks. Released under the open source GNU General Public License version 3. Some of the key features are the sleep timers, which make it easy to search your audiobook library and offline modes. You can save your Audi book to internal storage with offline support. It remembers your last play position, you can control your play speed, sort your audiobooks and integrate with Mpris. It supports almost all popular file formats such as mp3, m4a, aac, ALAC, flac, ogg, opus, wav, etc. Some other features are drag and drop and support for multiple storage locations.
Install Cozy Audiobook Player on Ubuntu.
Flatpak is the only option available for installing the Cozy Audiobook Player on Ubuntu other than via source. First, you need to install and set up the Flat Pack and Flat Hub. Follow the tutorial below. If you already have Flat Pack installed, skip this step.
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How to install Flat Pack on Ubuntu:
After flatpak is successfully installed, restart your system. Then open the Terminal app and run this Cozy Audiobook Player flatpak install command.
flatpak install flathub com.github.geigi.cozy
During the installation, you will be asked to confirm the Cozy installation. Press y to enter. Then check again and install the Cozy Audiobook Player and all required applications. Then run this command in a terminal to launch the Cozy Audiobook Player. Then import your audio book and listen.
flatpak run com.github.geigi.cozy
If you don’t think this is needed, run this command to uninstall it.
sudo flatpak uninstall com.github.geigi.cozy
Then enter your Ubuntu password.