Hi folks, I recall using an app (Audi's driving simulator I believe) that ignored the mute switch and it was a little 'jarring'. (I was in the men's room, okay! Trying to pass the time, quietly!) Anyway, is this allowed or appropriate? Our app, 100sounds, is strictly a sound player, so it's kinda useless in mute mode. Yet we observe the mute switch, because you can set a delay and loop... so it could be a problem if, suppose you set a delayed sound, especially looping, and then your boss comes so you slide it to mute. In that scenario, the mute switch should be observed. The problem is, out of the thousands we've sold, we've gotten about 5 emails complaining that they're sounds don't work, and I ask them to check their mute switch, and that solves it. So I'm wondering if, in our next update, we should obey the mute switch, or ignore it. Maybe this should be survey question... but since you guys are power users, should an app, especially a sound app, obey or ignore the mute switch? Thanks!