Lately we’ve talked enough for presentarios Android apps still used relating to ringtones -yes, it turns out that these wonderful smartphones still have the phone function. Ringtonium and Ringdroid allows us to create ringtones from the device itself, and Shush! playing with the volume and silence, auqnue Intelligent Ringer is different to those applications and all others, being in turn a proposal really interesting. It is an application thatadjusts the volume depending on ambient sound .
If we are in a quiet, Intelligent Ringer adjust the ringtone volume to be low and not startle us, if we are in a noisy place will be the maximum volume, with the aim of we hear the tone and not lose the call .
- Pocket Factor
- Maximum volume
As you may have guessed, minimum volume and maximum volume refer to the levels where loudness adjustment will range depending on the external noise and other factors, which I will explain.
Factor pocket ( pocket factor in the application) refers to the detection by the phone app in your pocket. If so determined, the slider specifies the number of points to add to the volume level of the terminal. Accuracy, meanwhile, refers to the time taken to detect the application ambient noise. In terms of sensitivity understand how sensitive the microphone that makes noise detection. How to configure everything correctly? It’s best to use the calibration mode integrated.
Intelligent Ringer is one of the most useful applications I’ve found lately on Google Play, and although I was not very fan of trusting the phone volume to an external program, tests seem to have been satisfactory and no battery consumption seems be too affected by having the application running on the system.