Samsung’s got a number of unique apps in the Play Store, and recently the company added one more to its lineup.
SoundAssistant is a new app from Samsung for its Galaxy devices. As its name suggests, this app helps to give you more control over the audio on your Samsung device. For example, you can choose to control the media volume instead of the ringer volume when you press your phone’s volume keys.
The SoundAssistant app also lets you set the volume of individual apps and enable mono audio if you’re ever in a situation where you’ve only got one earphone. There’s a Floating Equalizer in the app, too, which offers 150 steps of volume control. And then there are Scenarios, which let you choose a certain date and time for your phone to change to a certain sound profile, like activating vibrate mode or switching to vibrate mode and only playing sound through your headphones.
This looks like a pretty nice app from Samsung. The ability to control media volume with the phone’s volume rocker rather than the ringer can make it easier to quickly bump up the volume on a video or song, and the Floating Equalizer’s 150 points of volume control can let you really fine tune the volume until you get it exactly where you want it.
You can find Samsung’s SoundAssistant app in the Play Store using the link below.