Microsoft has launched the iOS, Android and Windows 10 Surface Audio Software. It is a companion app for Surface Headphones 2 and Surface Earbuds which enables you to manage each.
It’s close to how we’ve devoted Google Pixel Buds and Samsung Galaxy Buds audio control devices to. In the case of AirPods, Apple decided to explicitly embed the controls into iOS.
The App ‘s main home screen also gives you a short rundown of your Surface Headphones or Surface Earbuds status. You can see the amount of the charge, and how much time you have left before the battery dies. That’s alongside the volume level, along with the level of noise reduction.
One useful function that the app provides is that it also lets you customize the equalizer settings. You can choose your favorite genre with a tidy and clean UI, or manually change the bass, treble, and other sound aspects.
Finally, you can edit your headphone or earbuds name, access tutorials, and dig deeper into your product information.
The app will allow users to update their apps, and customize the audio profile, according to the Play Store page. The app can also display current battery levels, adjust system connection settings, and provide tutorials, just like most Bluetooth headphones.
Microsoft launched 4 products last week-Floor. Go 2, Surface Book 3, Surface Go 2, Surface Headphones 2 and Surface Earbuds respectively began at $399, $1599, $249 and $199.
The app also comes loaded with instructional videos in case any features relevant to your headphones need support.