Volume in Notification

Volume in Notification


Volume in Notification is intended for use on devices running Android OS 3.X and up.

This app puts a media volume and mute control in the Notifications window that can be accessed from the status bar on your device. It lets you adjust the volume without using the hardware volume button and without exiting the app that you're currently running. For example, you can adjust the volume of a video directly from the Notifications window while continuing to watch the video.

We developed this app because we often find it hard to use the hardware volume button on a tablet, depending on its orientation and how we have it set up in the stand. We hope you find it useful too!

Note: This app will only control media volume. In general, media volume includes music, video, and game sounds.

To use: Tap on the app icon and select Activate. This will put the volume control into the Notifications window. On the status bar, tap on the time or pull down the Notifications window to access the volume control.

To close: Tap on the app icon and select Deactivate.

Important:
• This app does NOT have any ads. If you are seeing ads in your Notifications window, then they are being put there by a different app.
• If the volume control does not display in the Notifications window, make sure that notifications are turned on for your device under Settings > Apps > Volume in Notification > Show notifications (check the box). Note: This setting is available for Android OS 4.1 and up only.
• Method #1: If you tap on the "time" in the status bar to access the volume control, then it will remain visible until you dismiss it. We recommend that you use this method.
• Method #2: If you tap on the "volume icon" in the status bar to access the volume control, then it might not remain visible after each button press, depending on your device and Android OS version.
• Tapping the Mute button will allow you to mute and unmute the volume.
• It's not possible to put a sliding volume bar in the Notifications window.

Recent changes:
v1.6: If the device is muted with the app and not used for an extended period, the previous volume level will now be remembered after unmuting.

v1.5: Added option to pin near status bar when activated. This can help to prevent the volume control from being pushed out of view by other notifications.

If you encounter any issues, please contact us: http://contact.njsoftware.com

Note: The control uses buttons because it's not possible to put a sliding volume bar in the Notifications window.
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About Volume in Notification
Volume in Notification is intended for use on devices running Android OS 3.X and up.

This app puts a media volume and mute control in the Notifications window that can be accessed from the status bar on your device. It lets you adjust the volume without using the hardware volume button and without exiting the app that you're currently running. For example, you can adjust the volume of a video directly from the Notifications window while continuing to watch the video.

We developed this app because we often find it hard to use the hardware volume button on a tablet, depending on its orientation and how we have it set up in the stand. We hope you find it useful too!

Note: This app will only control media volume. In general, media volume includes music, video, and game sounds.

To use: Tap on the app icon and select Activate. This will put the volume control into the Notifications window. On the status bar, tap on the time or pull down the Notifications window to access the volume control.

To close: Tap on the app icon and select Deactivate.

Important:
• This app does NOT have any ads. If you are seeing ads in your Notifications window, then they are being put there by a different app.
• If the volume control does not display in the Notifications window, make sure that notifications are turned on for your device under Settings > Apps > Volume in Notification > Show notifications (check the box). Note: This setting is available for Android OS 4.1 and up only.
• Method #1: If you tap on the "time" in the status bar to access the volume control, then it will remain visible until you dismiss it. We recommend that you use this method.
• Method #2: If you tap on the "volume icon" in the status bar to access the volume control, then it might not remain visible after each button press, depending on your device and Android OS version.
• Tapping the Mute button will allow you to mute and unmute the volume.
• It's not possible to put a sliding volume bar in the Notifications window.

Recent changes:
v1.6: If the device is muted with the app and not used for an extended period, the previous volume level will now be remembered after unmuting.

v1.5: Added option to pin near status bar when activated. This can help to prevent the volume control from being pushed out of view by other notifications.

If you encounter any issues, please contact us: http://contact.njsoftware.com

Note: The control uses buttons because it's not possible to put a sliding volume bar in the Notifications window.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 23, 2015
How notification icon
A Google User
Aug 23, 2015
Ok Not bad
A Google User
Aug 22, 2015
Moto e(2nd Gen.) 4GLTE This is the first app I install whenever I get a new phone or tablet.Its so good that it should be implemented into Android M or lollipop because It saves my volume button wear and tear and when your lazy like I am you don't wanna look for the volume button every time you need to turn it up.Simple but effective as hell
A Google User
Aug 22, 2015
It's ok Unless I'm missing something it seems more trouble than it's worth and to take up more real estate on my phone? My S5 already has a sound notification I can just swipe....
A Google User
Aug 21, 2015
Simple Nice love it! plz could you give us an option to remove it from lock screen!?