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At the beginning of this year Google launched a new tool for accessibility to our mobile devices, an application that is designed for people with hearing problems, but whose support was limited to Android 9 Foot or higher. Until today.
The application ‘Amplifier sound’ is now available for any device with Android 6.0 or higher. This means that now more people can hear clearly, now that this tool happens to be available to more than 75% of the Android devices.
‘Amplifier sound’ is a new accessibility application Google for Android devices with the use of a headset for people with hearing problems can hear more clearly conversations and sounds of your environment.
The application uses the device microphone to expand the sounds and eliminate background noise. Expand the lower sounds without affecting the most high, all of the way more clear.
We need to download the new application ‘Amplifier sounds 2.0’ from the Play Store
(APK Mirror) on our device with Android 6.0 or higher. Once downloaded, we need to select it from the Settings > Accessibility > Amplifier sound.
We appear on the navigation bar the icon of accessibility. When pressed, activate the tool ‘Amplifier sound’ if we have the headphones connected. We will listen to the amplified sound.
In the notification you can go into the settings of the ‘Amplifier sound’ to adjust the different volume controls and the noise level of the environment.
Via | Google
The news Google launches ‘Amplifier sound’ in more mobile Android: its application for people with hearing problems was originally published in Xataka Android by Cosmos .