MediaPlayer.PlayPosition should be able to be set
If my users want to move through a song a little bit, there is no way to do that, as MediaPlayer.PlayPosition is read only! Should be able to set it.
There is no wonder why apps are more better for other platforms. I'm so disappointed ... and we are living year 2014 soon.
Microsoft should give us seek/rewind functions or setter of this property!!!
Phong Vu commented
Do you mean the MediaElement class? If yes, then setting a position is no problem at all. You can seek and set a position with MediaElement.Position property.
Peter Valtersson commented
This is essential functionality of any mediaplayer. I cannot quite understand why it isn't already possible as it would open up lots of doors.
Alun Jones commented
As with others, I want to play audiobooks, audio drama, recorded radio programs, all of which I want to resume from where I left off. Windows Phone fails in not letting me do this.
Tero Rönkkö commented
I am seeking for a way to play audiobooks on the device and it seems impossible to create audiobook app without seek/setposition. PLEASE do implement this.
Yes! This is probably the reason that the built-in music player lacks a scrubber. But how was the built-in player able to implement the fast-forward and rewind (i.e. by long pressing the skip buttons) if there is no way to seek within a song?