Set Different Volume For Ringer, Alarm, Alerts and Voice Call On Android Phone

Volume management on any of the smart phones is quite of an issue as it requires some effort every time one wishes to make any changes. If you need to change any type of volume, you will first navigate to settings then sounds and then  will move the slider left or right to do the needful.

Now with AudioManager, all such tedious chores will becomes way too easy to do. You can download it for free from the android market and I am sure it will blow you away. Start the app and you will see all the types of volumes such as Alarm volume, Media volume, alerts volume, Ringer volume, System and voice call volume,  on the main screen.


I hope you must have understood the importance of these sliders being on the same screen. Now you will not have to go into the settings for each and every type of volume and you can change any of the types from this very screen. In between the sliders we have two vibrate options along with their respective checkbox and a small phone button right above the ringer volume slider. From here one can check on the vibrate box to enable vibrations for both alerts and ringer volumes. To switch the phone to vibrate mode tap on the button in the middle.


At the bottom we have Mode, Volume and Profile options. Tap on mode and you can put the phone to silent and vibrate in silent mode.


From the Volume section you can change the volume to loud and mute instantly.


The profiles section has Profiles, Save and View options. Since it is a free app the saving and viewing profiles options are not available and only come with the pro version.


From the settings you can enable Volumizer which plays a beep when adjusting the volume slider, enable the status bar shortcut, allow ringer and alerts linking etc. Scrolling down the page you will have options for the dedicated widget of this app which could be put on your home screen.


Once you set the refresh rate the widget will refresh itself after that particular interval and the faster the rate is, the faster the battery drains.


You can also choose a skin for your on screen widget from five different default skins.


Long press on the home screen and from the widgets list you can select the dedicated audiomanager widget. A small set up screen appears where you are asked to set the refresh rate and choose the skin.


This is what the widget looks like which I think is brilliant as with these bars, the volume levels are easily noticed.


App Requirements: Compatible with Android devices. Requires android 1.5 and up.

Conclusion: So far so good, I have loved the app and its interface and so will you

Our Rating: 4.5/5 | Price: Free | Visit Android Market Link To Install This App

[ This app comes for iPhone – No ]

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