tech2 News StaffJun 16, 2016 16:42:38 IST
Bangalore-based startup Creo, who had promises to give users a new smartphone every month with the launch of the Creo Mark 1, is out with its second update to its Android-based Fuel OS.
The latest update comes in the form of customisable Audio Effects that will let users natively change sound effects across apps and system software such as games, streaming or even listening to music. The new update will bring a quick and easy way to enhance media listening experience. Audio Effects has been added to make it even simpler for Fuel OS users to toggle between audio modes, claims the company. Apart from the settings menu, on pressing one of the volume rockers, a menu can be dropped down to select profiles with a few taps.
The Audio Effects in Fuel OS comes with five presets namely Balanced Acoustic, Bass Boost, 3D Surround Sound and Clear voice. These settings can be used as starting points to fine tune the audio settings as per one’s liking and can also be saved as multiple ‘Custom Audio Effects’ to work across apps and beyond. An expert audiophile can also check advanced settings to tune Reverberations, Surround, Gain Control, Bass Boost and more.
Sai Srinivas, CEO & Co-Founder, CREO, said “Audio has become integral to the modern day smartphone user - from music and movies to sound effects in games. When the feature suggestion came from our active community in CREO Forums, we realized we must build a universal and seamless solution to tuning music in Fuel OS, applicable for all apps and customizable to your output. With this update, we believe audio will never be the same on Fuel OS, starting this June."