I must say that after using multiple phone profiles and giving up on them because they changed so much or needed the phone to be rooted, I was kinda skeptical about giving this app a try. It does exactly what I need it to do without much fuss or to do. Silence the phone at a specific time, follow my calendar events, only allow certain people through when in night mode. Highly impressed! Please continue the awesome development of this app!
Doesn't silence phone calls!!! I've sat and messed with the settings for days. All I've had success doing is "muting" my phone, which I THOUGHT meant what it sounded like. NOPE. I'm not sure what the hell mute does if I still get calls and messages. Thanks for making me look like a flake on my first day... Seriously... am I freaking missing something!?
Works, but UI is annoying This is the only app I found that turns off sounds during specific hours but leaves vibrate on. The only downside is it requires permission to read notifications for no reason. It works perfectly fine with that disabled (Galaxy S5) but the UI won't run that way. So if you're privacy conscious, you have to enable the permission, configure the app, then disable the permission.
Great app and works great so far. Only thing I would like is for the ignore keywords to include characters also. I would like to just put a .,. behind a meeting and it should not mute. It would make it less intrusive in the meeting text when others see my calendar..
The limitations on the unpaid version can be a bit annoying. The main function of the software is one that is extremely useful but the software itself is not easy to use. And periodically the automated nature breaks down and I have to manually restart the app in order to ensure that it automatically silences my phone. And an automatic silence that doesn't work all the time is a little bit defeating the point. I have to manually remind it to work automatically. I will look for better software.
Issues on Marshmallow & SGS7 Excellent app that works very well. However, on galaxy s7, unless you tick "use priority interruptions" the built-in DND ( do not disturb) will keep switching itself on even if not set to do so in settings. Note to Dev, can you fix this in next update or is it meant to work this way??
- Fixed issue with Galaxy S6 not asking for notification permission.
- Fixed issue with Galaxy S7 running Android 6.0.
- Fixed issue with contacts on Huawei phones.
- Updated German strings, thanks Thomas.
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Automatically enable/disable your phone silent mode through a simple interface.