Not a mixer Adjusts the system volume when you switch between active apps, but if you are playing background music, it will get louder when you switch to another app. It's not like win7 where each program has its own volume slider. Description needs to mention this. Unfortunately I think the only way for that to happen is for Google to add it in future android versions. Needs api support.
Doesn't work. Want a refund. I tried keeping Pandora Radio at 50% & a "Talking Clock" app at 100% (says time every hour) but both run at same volume! Very confusing.
Prefect. Can't believe there aren't more apps like this, but I'm happy I found this one. Does exactly what's needed. Separate volume controls for each app. No more having to turn up the volume for Pandora and back down for everything else.
Doesn't work. Tried to get zombies run app to be louder than Spotify but it treated the volumes from both apps as one.
It's either too hard to figure out or does not work
Breaks on update all the time This app currently does nothing but put notifications of current volume, it doesn't actually change it anymore. It h gone back and forth between working and broken with every update. When it worked, it solved all sorts of problems: launching a game and being blasted with high-volume startup sound because I had just been listening to music, needing to adjust volume any time I swapped between a quiet and a loud game, and needing to turn down my volume playing music at work or a game at lunch.
- Bug fix
- App priority management (You can now set priority to background apps like music players. So you can run other apps at same volume of high priority background apps, in other words, music volume will stay high while you play games or run other apps)
- Best running app detection
- Android 4.3 ready
- Bug fix
- Add to ignore list confirm popup
- Status bar bug fix