Great features This is an excellent, fully featured app! I love the range of options for each click variation. It would benefit from the ability to have more than quadruple clicks - 5, 6, even 7 would be useful. You could have a setting to change the settings displayed for a max number of clicks.
Actually impressed Phone kept trying to make calls on single click instead of pausing music. This app totally fixed it. I now even have a triple and quadruple click function which I've never had. Only complaint is that the long click still opens voice search but hey it does what I need. Def buying the full version
Note I'm using this with a Pressy button and music isn't my primary interest, button functionality and versatility is. Positives first - for quick-clicks, seemed to work OK, but not $3 great (as being able to macro right into a specific point inside an app, or being able to bypass my PIN lockscreen would be). Negatives - For long-presses, none seem to work (I accept the single long-press is reserved for Google Now - the rest seem like defects). Frequently, I'd click the button sequence and nothing would happen. I couldn't tell if a cleaner app killed this one, or what, but reliability was a dealbreaker. Ultimately, the trial expired before I was able to test to a level of comfort that I'd pay $3 for. I was left with more questions than confidence, and no ability to test further. I will gladly pay for an app that I can have 100% confidence with, but also felt the $3 cost was unjustified, particularly with what seems like a bait-and-switch: "8 programmable presses! No, make that 7 as Lollipop reserves the long-press... make that 4 as none of the rest of the long-presses work either... and in fact often zero, since quick presses only work sometimes."
Great app. Only thing wrong with it is that long click activates voice search (I think that this can't be fixed as its some Android default). Otherwise it's a perfect app. Developer, do you know of a work around for this issue?
Does not work in call Not working on samsung galaxy s3, nor Xperia s5 compact, using standard samsung in.ear headphones, 3 buttons. Want to make so that button mutes volume during call. Service does not catch any button presses, during call. Outside of call, fine, in all - does not catch the button presses. Is this by design or am I doing something wrong?
Good idea Although volume control doesn't work right. I can set volume lower with my phone, however this app will only go to certain lowest level which is still loud in quiet rooms.
* Fix issue with android watch on Lollipop
* JellyBean/KitKat/Lollipop: The long press commands of the center button are reserved by Google Now and cannot be configured with this app.
* Headset Button Controller cannot support the separate volume control buttons on the iPhone headset - this is a limitation of the Android framework.