Automatic volume management
With Volume Scheduler, you can prevent such horrible situations. By setting times and days of the week, or even tapping into your calendars and searching by title, location or description, Volume Scheduler can automatically adjust the volume of your ringtones, notifications, alarms, and other noises. Arrange your rules in order of preference, and Volume Scheduler will apply the highest priority rule at each time.
By using the calendar rules, you can use keywords in your calendar events to trigger different rules without having to create new rules. Or select an entire calendar and set-and-forget volume settings for any event that occurs now or in the future! Volume Scheduler checks YOUR calendars, it doesn’t store a separate and disconnected calendar itself forcing you to maintain multiple calendars just to automate your volume controls.
Volume Scheduler was designed on KitKat 4.4.4 and should work from ICS (4.0+) and up. Works mostly well on Lollipop, although some behaviour is slightly different due to changes relating to “Priority Mode”. If you have any settings for priority interruptions these may still activate when creating “silent” rules. Test to make sure your device works suitably.
Volume Scheduler is released under the GNU General Public Licence Version 3. You can find the source code for it at github.com/runecasters/volumescheduler. Bug reports can be made at github.com/runecasters/volumescheduler/issues.
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