Earpiece is a simple, light-weight audio-control app.
You can pop Earpiece up on top of another application simply by holding down the SEARCH key.
In the options, you can enable an experimental feature which switches the phone to speaker phone when it's away from the face and then back to speaker phone close up. This only works on devices with a proximity sensor, of course.
Another experimental feature is that you can significantly reduce the volume of the camera sounds on some devices. Ensure your local laws allow you to do this.
Earpiece is free and Open Source.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Playing audio at high volumes, especially for a prolonged amount of time, can damage speakers and/or hearing.
Note 1: There is no affiliation between the developer of Earpiece and the developer of Mortplayer, which is the application shown in the background of the screenshots.
Note 2: The reason the application needs permission to read log data is for the camera quieting feature. When the camera quieting feature is active, Earpiece monitors the log for when the camera is about to take a picture and then quiets things for about two seconds. If you are worried about privacy issues, or otherwise curious, you can look at the full Earpiece source code at code.google.com/p/Earpiece and you can build it from source yourself.
Note 3: If you use Earpiece, don't use my Speaker Boost with it--just use Earpiece's audio boost option instead.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Playing audio at high volumes, especially for a prolonged amount of time, can destroy speakers and/or damage hearing. Some users HAVE reported destroyed speakers and earphones. IF YOU HEAR DISTORTED AUDIO, LOWER THE VOLUME (but it may be too late).
By installing this application you agree that you will not hold its developer responsible for any damage to hardware or hearing, and you are using it AT YOUR OWN RISK. Consider this to be EXPERIMENTAL software.
Not all devices support this software. Try it and see if yours works.
NOTE 1: This does not work on Android 4.2.1 and higher devices, due Google throttling the audio equalizer: https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=41166
NOTE 2: This is NOT for adjusting the speakerphone volume in phone calls (that has its own boost, I think), but for adjusting the volume of music, movies and apps.
NOTE 3: Users who complain that this does not boost bass are right. In order to mitigate (but not remove!) the danger of damage to small speakers, there is no boost in the lowest frequency range, and there is also less boost in the highest frequency range. If you go to the Settings and uncheck "Non-uniform boost", you get an across-the-board boost, but that's much more dangerous to your speakers.
NOTE 4: When you set the boost to zero, Speaker Boost will be off. The notification icon is just for ease of launching. If you don't like seeing the notification icon when Speaker Boost is off, just go to Speaker Boost's Settings and set it to appear only when Speaker Boost is running.
Full Feature List at http://soundabout.userboard.net/t561-feature-list
(Some outputs are enabled for the PRO VERSION only)
Route the media audio to (Built-In speaker, Wired Headphones, Wired Headset (with mic), Earpiece, Aux Digital(HDMI), Bluetooth(A2DP), Bluetooth(mono), Bluetooth(mono)(dynamic), Dock(Analog), Dock(Digital)).
Route the phone call audio to (Built in Earpiece, External speaker, Bluetooth (mono), Wired Headphones, Wired Headset (with mic), Dock (Analog), Dock (Digital)
Phone call audio to Bluetoth A2DP(media) NOT allowed in Android.
Announce Callers Names (Caller ID) when they call (needs contact list)
Turn Notifications and Ringtones on and off depending on the audio output being used.
Send Text-To-Speech audio to various outputs with/without delays:
Wired Headset detection - ALLOW or IGNORE the headphone/headset plug in/out detection.
Wired Headset microphone - DETECT or IGNORE that a headset has a microphone when plugged in.
Send audio to Bluetooth headsets and your car's Bluetooth connection.
Chill, It happens to everyone, and this is why Peek-a-Park is for everyone (who owns a car and a smartphone).
With Peek-a-Park you can mark where you've parked, take a quick pic and when you’re heading back, you can easily find your car with our special “Take me to my car” widget that’s placed right on your phone’s home screen or lock screen (Android 4.2).
You can use Pick-A-Park for marking locations you would like to return to in the future, such as dating venues, cool pubs you would like to go back to or even a shop you spotted a good offer and would like to mark it for a future purchase.
No matter what kind of location you choose to mark, Pick-A-Park will lead you to it via compass or via map.
Pick-A-Park remembers your spots and you can browse through your history marks at any time.
You can also use Pick-A-Park for marking Hot chicks you’ve spotted, potential picnic spots and even aliens!
Tooshtoosh wallpapers are optimized for Android phones with WVGA (800x480) and FWVGA (854x480) resolutions. Designed for portrait orientations, they are ideal for launchers with 3 or more home screens. Select a favorite wallpaper, or enable shuffle for a different wallpaper as often as every 15 minutes. The app inlcudes 16 wallpapers and promises frequent updates.
* The program includes a collection of 25 wallpapers
* We will constantly update and add more wallpapers
* All wallpapers are optimized for WVGA (800*480) and FWVGA(854*480) but will also work well on other resolutions
* All wallpapers are optimized for Portrait Mode
* Home screen widget to instantly switch to the next wallpaper
* All wallpapers are optimized for launchers with 3 or more home screens (The default for Samsung Galaxy S is only 2. If you need help adding more please watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvFmnCNxWcw ).
The SOFTWARE is owned by Tooshtoosh© and/or its licensors and is protected by copyright laws and international treaties. You may not remove the copyright notice from any copy of the SOFTWARE or from any Image obtained from the SOFTWARE.
All rights reserved
With HearPlugs you won’t ever need to take your headphones off, leave the headphones on as you have a conversation and switch back to the music as you finish it.
Works on the same principle of devices such as Sennheiser's TalkThrough or Shure's PTH (Push To Hear) module.
Please add the HearPlugs Widget to your Home Screen to enjoy easy access to the HearPlugs button.