Auto Do Not Disturb

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252 reviews
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About this app

Say goodbye to your phone going off in a meeting, lecture or other inappropriate situation! Auto Do Not Disturb is an automatic device silencer that can switch your device's 'Do Not Disturb' mode (Android 6 (Marshmello)+) and/or ringer mode (Normal, Vibrate, Silent mode) and volume levels based upon the time, events in your calendar, your current location, the Wi-Fi network you are connected to and other conditions (Bluetooth, Device Charging, Phone in Car User Interface mode - for example if using Android Auto).

The app is highly configurable and optimised for low battery usage. With Auto Do Not Disturb your phone will automatically go into silent mode when you desire, and exit silent mode when you no longer require it - meaning no longer will you miss a phone call because you had forgotten to turn off silent mode!

• Setup custom profiles that specify when your device should be silent, or loud, etc...
• Priorities can be set to profiles to allow higher priority profiles to override lower priority ones
• Location, Wi-Fi, Time, Bluetooth, Calendar Event and more constraints can be configured for profiles which will decide when the profile activates
• Temporary device silencing for when you need to quickly put your phone on silent 'for the next 5 minutes' on the go
• Supports changing the device's ringer mode - Silent, Vibrate, etc...
• Supports changing the device's 'Do Not Disturb' setting - Priority only, total silence, alarms only, etc...
• Supports, when a profile deactivates, reverting the ringer mode and/or the 'Do Not Disturb' mode back to the value they were previous to the profile's activation
• Compatible with android devices from 4.4+ (Kitkat) onwards
• Beautiful and simple user interface
• Low battery usage - Achieved via efficient handling of location polling and evidenced via real world testing, in addition background battery usage can be almost completely eliminated by specifying both a location and a Wi-Fi network for a profile (And requiring only one to be correct, not both, for the profile to activate)
• Ability to export and import app data to copy your configured silencing profiles to another device you own
• Contains settings that advanced users can tweak to optimize their experience with the app

Example usage: You can specify that when you're at work you want your phone on vibrate and when you're at home overnight on weekdays that you want your phone to be put into 'Priority Only Do Not Disturb' mode - This mode is a part of Android Marshmello+ which allows you to specify 'priority' notifications to receive and even has support for calls to only ring if they dial twice.

In-App you can purchase Premium. Premium users have adverts removed, the ability to create and enable more profiles than non-premium users can and the ability to add an unlimited number of activation conditions to a profile.

Device compatibility:
This app is compatible with almost all android devices running android 4.4+, however some features may not work properly on phones with hardware-mute-switches (Such as on OnePlus devices where with some device/OS versions the switch completely overrides all attempts to change the current silencing mode via software). In the case of a device with a hardware mute switch try downloading the app whilst running the latest version of the operating system and seeing what does and does not work.

You can view the apps privacy policy at the following link:
Updated on
Mar 5, 2022

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Data can’t be deleted
252 reviews
Kirk Barnes
May 25, 2020
**Edit** I uninstalled the app. At the end of meetings, or if I manually closed DND on my phone, it wouldn't restore my ringtone or notification volumes. The only way, via the app, was to turn the "Events" section off. Not helpful. A couple of minor issues: *Short of deactivating one of the presets, I don't have a way to turn DND off ahead of schedule, for instance, if a meeting ends early. (It can happen!) **
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Storm Dev Software
May 25, 2020
I'm not sure I understand your issue, you can override the app anytime. After a profile de-activates the app restores ringer mode and do not disturb mode back to where they were or where you set. It doesn't change the volume which they restore to
Ernie Lowell
September 21, 2021
The product installed easily, and it does exactly what it says it will do. My corporate Exchange has several shared calendars whose events are also showing up and setting my phone to DND. When I unchecked those calendars that does not stop the events from turning my phone to DND. Is there another setting I can use to remove these? Solved by removing Outlook from the phone, removing the shared calendars from my desktop Outlook, creating an Exchange account in the Samsung calendar, reinstalling Outlook on the phone, then re-adding the Shared Calendars back in my desktop Outlook. This turned out to be an Outlook problem... not an Auto DND problem. Thanks for listening!
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James Welkenbach
March 11, 2020
DND on Android 10 has not worked for calendar events, so I downloaded this app as a workaround. Unfortunately, this app didn't work either for calendar events. It seemed to work okay for manually started timed DND periods. [Follow-up..] I've verified that app permissions have been granted for calendar and location and that battery optimization for the app has been disabled. I've allowed ample time for the app to detect an event. The event existed in both my Outlook and Google calendars.
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Storm Dev Software
March 11, 2020
Have you definitely granted the app permission to access your calendar? It may take a few minutes to detect an event if you have just created it. Try also disabling battery optimisations for the app to ensure it is allowed to run in the background when it needs to

What's new

-Revert to using legacy device charging status check since newer Android API is broken on some devices/versions