Samsung Galaxy users can now fine-tune their audio, thanks to the SoundAssistant

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ users can set different output path for each app with the SoundAssistant

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    • Samsung SoundAssistant brings several ‘audio-related’ features
    • Available only on Galaxy devices running Android 7.0 Nougat and above

Samsung has launched a new app that offers a slew of ‘audio-related’ features for Samsung devices. The app dubbed as SoundAssistant lets users customise several audio settings on their devices. However, the app is limited to Galaxy devices, and only to those Samsung Galaxy phones that are running on Android 7.0 Nougat and above.

The SoundAssistant app brings 150 steps of fine volume adjustment, a floating equaliser function, mono and stereo balancing as well. The app can alter volume keys defaulting it to media volume control rather than just the ringtone volume. It also allows to set separate volumes for individual apps. The SoundAssistant app supports left or right volume balance for connected headphones as well and enables users to create and activate sound settings as per their preferences.


For Galaxy S8 and S8+ users, the app even allows to set different output path for each app, for instance using a Bluetooth speaker for music app and the phone’s speaker for playing games.

The new SamsungAssistant app also comes with a feature called ‘Scenario’, by which users can set volume levels and vibration mode for specific days and time durations. This app will be useful for those who like to tweak a few audio settings for better music experience. But as mentioned above, the app is available only for those Samsung Galaxy owners whose devices are running Android 7.0 Nougat or beyond. For those who have a compatible device running the latest Android OS version, they can check out this new SoundAssistant app on Google Play Store.