Samsung releases SoundAssistant app for better audio on Galaxy phones
Samsung surprised the owners of Galaxy phones, with a new application that allows them to set variate of new audio features on their devices. The new application is called SoundAssistant, the application provides “150 Steps” to fine-tune the sound; An EQ panel that you can see at any time; Mono and stereo sound balance, and the ability to set sound levels for each application.
In addition, SoundAssistant can change the function of the hardware sound buttons so they adjust the volume of the music rather than the call. Typically, these buttons automatically control the sound that is currently being heard, but sometimes it is difficult to work with them, and it does not always achieve the desired level of precision.
If you own the new Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus, SoundAssistant will even allow you to set different sound levels for different applications, such as using a Spotify Bluetooth speaker and the speakerphone for a mobile game. To use SoundAssistant, you need a Galaxy phone with Android 7.0 Nougat, the app can be download from Google Play Store.http://gizbrain.com/2017/05/30/samsung-releases-soundassistant-app/https://i2.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/samsung-soundassistant-app.jpg?fit=1100%2C650https://i2.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/samsung-soundassistant-app.jpg?fit=190%2C150SAMSUNGTECH NEWSAndroid,app,application,Google,Google Play Store,music,SamsungSamsung surprised the owners of Galaxy phones, with a new application that allows them to set variate of new audio features on their devices. The new application is called SoundAssistant, the application provides '150 Steps' to fine-tune the sound; An EQ panel that you can see at any time; Mono...Linda MorrisLinda Morrislinda.email@example.comContributorProfessional Science and Technology student. In my spare time writing about technology news and have fun with the latest gadgets.GizBrain - Your Tech Brain