Not so good I used it for very long time. But on my device (Nexus 4 with Android 4.2.2 and with every newer version) it was not setting volume back to where it was - so every time someone called me it always just increased volume and after a day it started at maximum. It's too bad because otherwise it was a good, simple app.
Volumes increases too quickly The app is okay, but the increase in volume is too fast. I had the DROID 2 and my alarm would start out at almost silent and gradually increase. I wake up very easily. My RAZR M doesn't have that option which is why I want an app that will accommodate me.
No More Missed Calls! I'm constantly adjusting the system volume for music, games, etc, on my phone. On too many occasions I've I accidentally left my system volume down to where I can't hear my ringtone (and consequently missed phone calls). This app is the solution I've been looking for! Even if my phone is on silent mode, I can set it to increase the ring volume (you can also set it to "respect" silent/vibrate mode and not ring when they are set). I've tried many other apps, but this one is the only one I've found that is not affected by where you may have last set the system volume.
Works great I have a Droid 4 XT894 that just got upgraded with the new Jellybean program. I lost my Increasing volume on my alarm clock after the update. I need this to keep from getting panic attacks when the alarm goes off. I searched & this was the first on the list. It doesn't have it's own clock and I had to remove my clock and then re drop it in from the widgets line up. Then I downloaded this program it works wonderfully so far with my Aroma (flower) clock. Highly recommend! Thank you very much!
Excellent! I can not believe that incremental volume has not yet been implemented in Android. Such an old and useful feature... Anyways, this app rectifies the situation. Works like a charm for ring volume. I haven't tried it with the alarm though. Awesome work, sashomasho!
Works fine if used correctly! You must understand that this increases the ring from its >current< level. So of your ring volume is high, it appears that it is not working. Set your volume to one step above the lowest level and try again.