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Re: quiet time
The thing about iOS is that it will offer what Apple thinks is best. For example, if you want to schedule "do not disturb" for a specified time period every day, but only when you are at home (in other words, you want to receive alerts when you are at a different location/travelling), you are SOL. AFAIK, they unfortunately won't permit another app to adjust these settings either, so hoping to get a third party app to do that for you isn't going to work either.
Originally Posted by red5ive1
With Android devices, like HTC one, they will offer you what they think is best, but Android will allow third party apps to adjust those settings too. Tasker for example (gosh, I really really like this app - well worth the money that I paid for this) will let you do that (and a lot more)
Android (core OS) currently doesn't bake this functionality into it. Instead, it provides interfaces for third party apps to do that. That way, it can be customized the way users want it.