On Android phones, there are apps (not native functionality) to make the phone silent for the next N minutes starting right now. This is different than setting specific times of day like Do Not Disturb does.
The functionality I'm used to takes one of two forms:
- An icon you click that then asks "how long should the silence last"
- Or, automatically detect that I turned off the sound to zero (via volume rockers or otherwise); and asks the same thing.
- However, I'm not dogmatic, if iPhone has some other approach to solve this problem I'm open to exploring it.
Is something like this available on iPhone? (6, OS version 10 if it matters).
I prefer native functionality if it exists. Otherwise, an App store app is OK as long as it's free (as in gratis) doesn't require jailbreaking and works on iPhone 6.
Extra plus if it supports both modes described above (trigger with the icon or with setting volume to zero); as well as supposed 100% silence or vibrate-only mode.