1. passtheboll's Avatar
    I know I've read some posts on here about sound profile apps, but I haven't seen much. And I did some searching, but nothing truly answered my question.

    I need a sound profile app. I REALLY like the idea of Locale, but I'm not sure I wanna drop $10 yet. So I wanna try something free first, and see how much I like it and determine if it'll be worth the upgrade. So what are some apps for sound management you guys would recommend? If you can do LED color changes, that would be great too.
    03-10-2010 07:17 PM
  2. rhull3's Avatar
    I am looking for suggestions also. Liked the idea of Locale until I saw the price and the reviews comments on the market.
    03-10-2010 10:53 PM
  3. ptfd13's Avatar
    "setting profiles" is an awesome app that I use for profiles. It has all and more of the abilities of locale and has a free and paid ($2.35 I believe). I use it all the time. As far as the LED color change I know "handcent" will do this as will "missed call." I am not sure of any profile app that will do this.
    03-10-2010 10:53 PM
  4. passtheboll's Avatar
    I'm using the free version of settings profiles right now, and I really really like it. I'm gonna do some more testing with it and in a few days I'll probably buy it. Also, I'll check out handcent and missed call. Thanks.
    03-11-2010 07:14 AM
  5. imtravis's Avatar
    Locale used to have a freebie trial version that was pretty cool. Wish they'd release that again, so you could try it out.. I purchased it (yeah the whole $10), but it seemed worth it to me. I've been loving it ever since, but then I've been having it do quite a bit of neat automation for me on my phone (let's my mother know I made it home after leaving her house, via text automatically). When I have a meeting scheduled, it automatically goes into vibrate only mode.. WHen I lay it facedown it goes into vibrate only mode/locks the screen. When I'm at home, or families homes, it turns on wifi, otherwise it keeps it off.
    03-11-2010 09:22 PM
  6. prometheus's Avatar
    By profiles do you mean Blackberry type profiles? for example, having it set up to ring only the phone and have emails and SMS on vibrate?

    I used to toggle back and forth between blackberry profiles all day long to just enable vibrate. It was a pain in the neck having to change profiles to just enable vibrate. I kind of enjoy the simplicity of just using the volume bar to (gasp) adjust volume. Why was that so difficult for BB to figure out?

    There is a free app called audio manager that has a nice on screen widget to quickly adjust volume levels.
    03-11-2010 10:12 PM
  7. TheReclinerJockey's Avatar
    I used Quick Profiles until I found Setting Profiles.
    If you like changing by hand (which I do) Quick Profiles will work great for you, but if you want something more (like setting sounds when plugging in headphones) Setting Profiles are for you.
    I have used both and would recommend both. Loving Setting Profiles right now.
    03-12-2010 07:46 PM
  8. DeeMat's Avatar
    I have been using Quick Profiles for a while and have no complaints - it is a nice free app that does the work.
    03-12-2010 08:01 PM
  9. ellisz's Avatar
    Quick profiles works just like the profiles I had on my Storm did.
    03-13-2010 02:49 PM