YouBlue React - Auto Bluetooth

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About this app

Choose from a variety of reactions when connecting to different Bluetooth devices. Create a different profile for each device (multiple profiles allowed in Pro). Build your own "If this, then do that" profile.

Bluetooth profile reactions include :
-Start an app
-Start another app
-Toggle Bluetooth
-Toggle WiFi
-Send "Media Play" intent (directed at first app set to launch)
-Send "Media Stop" intent (directed at the first app set to launch)
-Set Media Volume
-Custom notification on Bluetooth disconnect

Also react to WiFi
-Toggle Bluetooth
-Launch an app

**New Reactions**
Outgoing call -> Turn on Bluetooth
Outgoing call ended -> Turn off Bluetooth
Incoming call -> Turn on Bluetooth
Incoming call ended -> Turn off Bluetooth
Power connected -> Toggle Bluetooth
Power disconnected -> Toggle Bluetooth
Headphones connected -> Launch an app
Bluetooth disconnected -> Play Notification
After Boot -> Launch an App

**New Features**
Send "Play" command is now directed at the first app set to launch. This will fix issues where your music app doesn't have an auto play function.
Auto play for Spotify!

You can create a profile and set up reactions for each Bluetooth device you have paired with your phone/tablet. You can only set up 1 profile in the free version. For unlimited profiles and no ads, upgrade to YouBlue React Pro.
WiFi reactions are available, but not tied to a profile.
Launch any launchable app in the reactions.

Example use case:
Mazda profile -
Bluetooth connects -> Launch Pandora, then launch Maps, turn off WiFi.
Bluetooth disconnects -> Turn on WiFi, turn off Bluetooth

Bluetooth Speaker Profile -
Bluetooth connects -> Launch Spotify
Delay x seconds -> Send "Play" command
Bluetooth disconnects ->Turn off Bluetooth

WiFi connects -> Launch Home, turn off Bluetooth
WiFi disconnects -> Turn on Bluetooth

Connect headphones -> Start Pandora

Power connected -> Turn on Bluetooth
Power disconnected -> Turn off Bluetooth

Incoming call -> Turn on Bluetooth
Incoming call ended -> Turn off Bluetooth

**YouBlue React has no association with above mentioned apps.

More tips/details:
-You can use the widget to toggle the service.
-Smart Bluetooth reactions detect connection changes and toggle or trigger based on your settings
-Auto connect to your car when leaving home by setting Bluetooth to turn on when WiFi disconnects
-Auto launch music app by adding your car as a device profile (once it's been paired by you). In device profile settings set "Launch an app" when Bluetooth connects. Select any app you wish to launch.
-Build your own intelligent algorithm and start the service via the widget or the switch in the navigation tray.

For any feature requests, please email me at

"..its simple design is easy enough for anyone to use"

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Updated on
Feb 14, 2024

Data safety

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

259 reviews
Rickos Smith
October 13, 2020
It actually works. I have installed and uninstalled many auto Bluetooth apps. The closest to working was one that worked a couple times, and then you had to restart it. This app WORKS. And its response time is perfect. The only issue I have is that it does not autostart after a reboot, even if it was active when the phone shut down. Yes, I have checked the appropriate option. Any ideas? I am on Android 9. One more thing. The widget works until the phone display goes out. Then, if you tap on the widget, nothing happens. It gets stuck. I mailed you my settings. Any luck finding what is wrong with the autostart and the widget? Your update overnight fixed both my issues. The service autostarts in less than a minute of phone reboot, and the widget appears to be working as expected. Even though I really didn't need it, I bought the paid version, just to say thank you for being on top of things and taking care of issues immediately. Thank you.
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Kevin Ersoy
October 12, 2020
I just replied to your email. Please let me know if you don't receive my reply.
Miranda Morris
December 13, 2020
Seemed to work but didn't. I got this app because I want my phone's bluetooth to turn off when I shut off my bluetooth headphones so there's no RF in or out of my phone at night when it's beside my head. The only setting I found that seemed to be what I wanted was "when power disconnected" and selected "turn off bluetooth". When I shut off my headphones a notice came up saying that bluetooth was turning off but my phone still displayed that bluetooth was on, so the app had no effect. Advice?
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Kevin Ersoy
December 13, 2020
Can you tap help in the menu to share your settings and log?
A Google user
December 9, 2019
Idea of the app is great and it works. BUT while I run it in foreground on my Huawei P9, my phone is very slow in response and lags frequently. After I disabled this option, the phone works just fine. Any help?
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Kevin Ersoy
December 9, 2019
That's strange, the service isn't doing anything until a trigger is broadcast by the system. Can you tap help in the menu to send me your settings?

What's new

Fixed some minor bugs.