MobileAds class provides global settings for the Mobile Ads SDK.
Video ad volume control
If your app has its own volume controls (such as custom music or sound effect volumes), disclosing app volume to the Google Mobile Ads SDK enables video ads to respect app volume settings. This ensures users receive video ads with the expected audio volume.
The device volume, controlled through volume buttons or OS-level volume slider, determines the volume for device audio output. However, apps can independently adjust volume levels relative to the device volume to tailor the audio experience.
You can report the relative app volume to the Google Mobile Ads SDK by calling
SetApplicationVolume() method. Valid ad volume values range from
1.0 (current device volume). Here's an example of how to report
the relative app volume to the SDK:
// Set app volume to be half of current device volume. MobileAds.SetApplicationVolume(0.5f);
To inform the SDK that the app volume has been muted, use the
// Set app to be muted. MobileAds.SetApplicationMuted(true);
By default, the app volume is set to
1 (the current device volume), and the
app is not muted.