Download WeltHeimGong apk 1.8 free for Android smartphone

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WeltHeimGong

Posted by Welt Heim Gong in Lifestyle | July 18, 2016 | 1 Comments

Apk file size: 905.0 KB

WeltHeimGong is your private mobile bell tower.

WeltHeimGong plays every quarter-hour a chime (1 to 4x) and every full hour an additional chime (1 to 12x).
The two sound files can be configured individually.
Included is the chime from Veltheim.
The volume can be adjusted. It is relative to the configured Music volume of the device.
You can configure individual hours when the gong will not sound.
And of course it can also be turned off completely.
When you switch on the app it gives the number of beats of the last quarter-hour.

Has been tested on Samsung, HTC and Huawei smart phones.

update July 2016: There are several reports with Android 5 and higher that the delivery of the sound is inexact by minutes. Google changed, from my perspective without need, the meaning of RTC_WakeUp in Android 4.4 And changed the interpretation of the new API call setExact again in 5 and again in 6. Looks like google does not care about real time clock apps. New APIs for saving power are always welcome, but they should care about backwards compatibility. So sorry, if the app is not precise. It has exactly the precision of googles APIs and their description and interpretation by vendors.

Whats new

    add setAlarmClock for Android 5, you will see a clock in the notification screen when active

Welt Heim Gong part of our Lifestyle and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update July 18, 2016. Google play rating is 82.2222. Current verison is 1.8. Actual size 905.0 KB.

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1 Comments

Jean-lee De Beer

Suggestion Might I suggest, providing this app gets updated, the gongs be allowed to finish completely. With allue respect, it feels artificial if the gongs get cut off. But it's a nice app. Thank you. There is the word I couldn't remember. Hehe. Fade out. I meant the fade out of the ... shall I call it, ... hourly bell? Maybe I'm just fussy, but I think a longer fade out on the hourly chimes will be way cool. :--)

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