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You don't need an app.
All you do is turn it on and pair it via Bluetooth. Very simple to do.

Sunvalley-Brands
Seller · 28 February 2019
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Only this one. Very good.
Thank you

Milan…
· 24 June 2019
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The case lights turn off automatically when it stops charging. You can't turn them off manually
Matthew
· 7 March 2019
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Yes, you can just use one ear bud in single mode.
The left earbud is the "master".

Sunvalley-Brands
Seller · 28 February 2019
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No. There is no ambient noise passthrough or active noise cancellation
Matthew
· 30 May 2019
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Yes
Milan…
· 24 June 2019
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Yes there is, so I only recommend listening to music
Bruce C
· 30 May 2019
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Not too bad, not perfect.
Bruce C
· 30 May 2019
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Yes, it's compatible with any smartphone with bluetooth function.
Sunvalley-Brands
Seller · 28 February 2019
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Yes. You hold down the left earbud for volume down and right earbud for volume up. Keep in mind you have to hold for about 4 seconds, so don't expect quick volume control. On my Android phone it only adjusts the earphone volume (doesn't link with system volume like some other Bluetooth devices). To be clear, there are … see more Yes. You hold down the left earbud for volume down and right earbud for volume up. Keep in mind you have to hold for about 4 seconds, so don't expect quick volume control. On my Android phone it only adjusts the earphone volume (doesn't link with system volume like some other Bluetooth devices). To be clear, there are no 'gestures'; the touch surfaces are simply capacitive buttons (on/off only) See less Yes. You hold down the left earbud for volume down and right earbud for volume up. Keep in mind you have to hold for about 4 seconds, so don't expect quick volume control. On my Android phone it only adjusts the earphone volume (doesn't link with system volume like some other Bluetooth devices). To be clear, there are no 'gestures'; the touch surfaces are simply capacitive buttons (on/off only)
Matthew
· 30 May 2019