Samsung has released an app for its Galaxys with Android Nougat for better audio control. SoundAssistant allows you to adjust the volume per application. But choose different scenarios depending on the time.
You will find SoundAssistant on Play Store. To install the app, your Galaxy must work on Android Nougat. Once installed, SoundAssistant offers a wide range of options of interest.
If SoundAssistant is installed, you will see a floating button when you touch a volume key (a blue-purple icon with a loudspeaker). Tap to view more audio options directly. Press the sliders in the upper right corner and go straight to the extended Galaxy sound menu, including the equalizer and Adapt Sound. Select the gear next to it and go to the SoundAssistant settings yourself.
In the options of the SoundAssistant application, you can set scenarios at the top. These are basically only the display options you set per hour and / or day. You set when Vibration mode is turned on and the degree to which the sound is played only through a headset or not.
Perhaps the easiest option is to check the volume of media. Turn it on, and the volume keys will set the media volume – music, videos, YouTube, etc. – by default. Normally, this is the ringtone volume.
In addition, you can specify how quickly the sound will be heard from the application. Do not do this in the SoundAssistant application itself. But each time you adjust the volume while using a particular application, you can only do it for this application. If your apps have given their own volume, you can manage them through the SoundAssistant application itself.
Anyone who listens to music or other occasional sounds may choose to display mono sound. You do not miss anything that was actually for the other ear in stereo viewing. You can also enter left-right balance for this monophonic sound.