Android: Your phone’s volume keys could be a lot more useful. Noyze lets you customise the look of your volume panel and use your volume keys to launch different apps.
Noyze caught my eye because it lets me place the volume panel out of the way at the top when I adjust video sound. Diving deeper into the app, I found that it also has a lot of other options: you can set your volume keys to permanently adjust one type of sound, include media player navigations, launch app apps with a long-press and a lot more.
You can see the full length of options Noyze gives you in the video above. It’s a free app for Android with a $1.58 upgrade option for certain features including locking your volume buttons to one type (such as video, media and ringer), more theme options, and hiding the bar altogether during media and video games. Hit the link below to check it out and download it.
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