orb3000 · Feb 23, 2011 at 03:00 am

Media Volume Settings for Windows Phone 7

XDA member andycted presents this application for your Windows Phone 7 device that will let you adjust the volume level for your media. Normally, if you move from one app to another, the volume will change as well and sometimes this is very annoying. The latest update includes a free version that is supported by adds with unlimited usage.
You can find it on the market in English, Italian, and German.
Please leave feedback for the developer so future versions can be improved.

Originally posted by andycted
[APP] Media Volume Settings -[R]- 21/01/2011 -[U] 05/02/2011 -[V]- 1.3.0.0

Name: Media Volume Settings

Marketplace description:
Have you ever noticed that after opening some application or game, the volume for media playback (from zune for example) is higher or lower ? Or that some games have the volume too high ?

This application allows to fine tune that internal background media volume, separately from the main device volume. It can also be useful when an application or game has background music too loud or too soft.

The application has a slider for granular volume setting and a few presets.

Trial is ad-supported, with unlimited usage.
Please remember that you can’t update a trial application in the marketplace at the moment. You have to uninstall and reinstall it.

Notes:
I’ve noticed many application that can alter background/zune music volume (Bowling xx is one) and also some others that had their internal volume too high, so that even at volume 1/30 it was annoying at night (Krashlander is one). Some of them are now allowing internal volume regulation in later updates. This application solves both problems. I’m also looking into adding live tile (with volume value), not sure about the possibility of it…

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