Schedule Silence Mode With Calendar Silencer
If you’ve ever been in a meeting or the cinema and forgotten to silence your phone, then you’ll find Calendar Silencer by XDA forum member swarly a helpful addition to your collection of Android apps.
Calendar Silencer is an app that is responsible for muting your phone during movies, dates, meetings etc and then unmuting your phone when the meeting has ended.
Features included are:
- import events from all or specified calendars
- creating filters based on words or a phrase that you don’t want your event to include
- enable notification before the alarm start
- choose silent mode (silent, silent + vibrate)
- update event to now in case the meeting starts early
- postpone event based on users interval
- open original event to edit
Calendar Silencer is available to download as a free version in the Market. For more information including quick tutorials, head on over to the application thread
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