rashidr — 2010-08-23T11:27:44-04:00 — #1
This is following code i am using to embed sound in a webpage
<embed type="audio/mpeg" src="audio/Policeradio1.wav" autostart="false" width="111" height="110">
but it plays like this in iPhone
I want result should be like this:
Anyone can help me
picnictutorials — 2010-08-23T13:23:38-04:00 — #2
rashidr — 2010-08-23T18:02:41-04:00 — #3
alexdawson — 2010-08-24T04:47:56-04:00 — #4
Honestly, you don't want to handle audio any other way than with the default player. Handheld devices have a lot to deal with in a small amount of space, having a default player that handles all media with an interface people will recognise and be able to use is a much better solution than custom players that can often be hard to work with (especially as many of them start downloading audio immediately!). Better to allow the iPhone to use that mechanism and let your users listen to the audio on demand. Having a standardized method of handling media is one of the iPhone's best features - it eliminates the need for nasty script or flash solutions.
rashidr — 2010-08-24T08:38:33-04:00 — #5
You are given an option to try 14 sounds.
Sound1 - Play
Sound2 - Play
Sound3 - Play
Sound4 - Play
If every sound is played in a default player, they have to use back button to go back to previous location and most users will not prefer to do this and will switch website.
alexdawson — 2010-08-24T22:42:40-04:00 — #6
No they don't, they hit the "done" button once they have finished listening, and upon doing that they return directly to the list of songs.
Unless you have some genuine research to back up your statement, there's no justification to assume your users behaviour on such devices.