Depending on which particular handset you have, changing the volume on your Pocket PC isn't always as easy as it should be. Thankfully, help is here in the form of SetVolume.
This simple utility allows you to control the volume of your device through a wonderful, touch-friendly interface. It basically consists of a large speaker button with a gauge circling it. You can increase and decrease volume either by hitting the plus and minus buttons, or by swiping around the circle, in much the same way as you would with an iPod.
Hitting the button in the middle will activate vibration mode, while holding it down for two seconds mutes the device. This is an especially handy way of shutting your mobile up quickly if you're in a business meeting or a cinema.
Closing the application is pretty easy and you can do so by pressing the upper right-hand corner of the screen, or just by leaving it for five seconds.
SetVolume is great to use but perhaps the developer could've gone a stage further and integrated it as a Today screen plug-in with transparency, so you could call up it more easily.
Still, SetVolume proves to be one of the simplest ways to control the volume of your Pocket PC.
- Hopefully fixed in-call volume