We Recommend: Automatic Adjustment of Your Ringtone/Notification Volume Depending on the Ambient Sound (Video)

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  • 16 Aug 2012
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  • I can’t say how many times I forgot to set my ringtone volume lower in a quiet environment as to not cause any disturbance. In a meeting or at the cinema we would like to be able to hear a notification but not disturb everyone else. Vibration mode does not always work, especially when we wear large clothes. Fortunately “there’s an app for that”.


    IntelliRing “makes your phone smarter” by adjusting the ringtone and notifications volume depending on your surroundings. The app offers a beautiful interface to take you through a simple calibration process. Once you’re done you only need to adjust the settings according to you’re personal preferences and you’re done. When receiving a call, IntelliRing sets the ringtone volume automatically, according to the environment. Having placed your phone in your pocket the ringtone will be set at the maximum volume. When in a meeting the app makes sure you do not disturb the persons around you by quieting the volume. It also works for audible notification sounds like sms, email, etc.

    The interface is very well designed, making it very easy to understand all the different settings. The app also functions as a silent mode timer, where you can set the amount of time when the sound volume will be muted. There is a tab that displays the ambient noise level and where you can set the microphone sensitivity. In the settings tab you can adjust the minimum volume, enable automativ volume for notifications or meeting mode, among other adjustments. Here is a demo video to get a better understanding on how the app works:


    You can download IntelliRing for Free from the Play Store and try the app for 31 days. When the trial period is over or decide to purchase it you can do so through the settings menu.

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