App Volume Control: custom settings for sound notifications on Android
Standard Android tools do not allow you to set a certain volume of alerts when working in an application. Especially it enrages, when at viewing of a film the loud unpleasant sound of the announcement is suddenly distributed. Of course, you can turn off the sound, but there is only a risk of missing an important call.
In such situations, App Volume Control will help. The utility allows you to set your own rules for sound output for each application on your smartphone. Superuser rights are not required. You only need to activate the service in the system settings.
First, the user is waiting for the list of applications, which found a place and system. It is necessary to move the switch, opens a huge field of settings. You are invited to choose what the application will do when an alert appears, and what happens after.
Under Start Title, four categories are hidden: On Speaker (when sound is output from the speaker), On Headset (with a connected headset), On Bluetooth (with a connected wireless audio device) and Settings. The last item hides the menu in which you can set the delay before playing the sound. It is set in seconds and, by the way, eliminates unnecessary annoying sounds.
The other categories of settings are more diverse. Here you can set the volume for each type of sound you play: Media, Ringtone, Alarm, Notification, and System sounds. The slider next to the corresponding line sets the desired volume. For further customization using headphones or Bluetooth headsets, you can go in two ways: either set individual sound behavior profiles for each of the options offered, or use the switch and duplicate the settings when playing from the speaker.
In the Global Configurations menu on the application main screen, you can enable or disable application notifications such as vibration and sound. It also sets the priority of sound alerts when playing music. There are two options. The first saves the volume of music and allows you to play the signal of the application together. The second pauses the player and turns on the alert without any extraneous sounds.