Wouldn’t it be great if you could make your Bluetooth devices play in a specific manner, or if you could control their functions? That is exactly what you get with the A2DP Volume app from Jim Roal. A2DP is short for “Advanced Audio Distribution Profile, and what is does is give you control over your devices.
If your Bluetooth devices supports the Bluetooth remote control profile, you will be able to use this app to manage playback, play, pause, skip tracks and so on. One of the most interesting features of the app is it allows you to configure different volumes for your gadgets.
By creating unique profiles for your sound system, Bluetooth speakers, sound system, headphones, you don’t have to mess around with the volume control anymore. When you link to one of your Bluetooth devices A2DP assigns the volume you chose, and it can even read SMS text messages when connected.
The app is really easy to use: just tap Find Devices on the main interface. It will list the devices it finds, and by tapping each one you’ll be able to set the volume when connected and if you want it to grab the device’s location upon disconnecting. At the Preferences you can set the GPS accuracy, start at boot up and other options.
A2DP is a very useful app if you have a lot of Bluetooth devices. It makes automatic adjustments for the volume when you connect and disconnect, and the independent configuration for the devices works seamlessly, and it’s free to boot.