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I don't know if I need an app for this or can I do it with the given music app. I've downloaded a bunch of lectures and they're all in one album. Sometimes I want to listen to music, but when I do, I lose my place in the lecture album. Is there a way to bookmark or save the current song/position so I can quickly switch back? Preferably free.

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You'll probably need to find a music application which supports podcast/audiobooks, and then set your lectures as one of those. – SaintWacko Sep 7 '12 at 13:32

Try using the Audiobook variant of MortPlayer. I believe it ought to suit your needs. Also - it's free.

One of its features is particularly useful:

List of 10 most recent events for each track (where did you press play, stop, got interrupted by a call, activate the sleep timer, ...)

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