Sound Effects using HTML5 and Native Audio in Ionic

By Josh Morony

A big part of making a mobile application feel high quality is to provide immediate and obvious feedback for a user’s actions. When a user performs some action, you will want to communicate with them in some way that whatever action they have performed has been successful. That information can be communicated visually, through sound, or even through a physical sensation like vibration.

If you’ve used the Facebook application, you will likely have noticed that as you use the application various sound effects play. As you switch between tabs, for example, a little popping sound plays. Although I obviously can’t speak to Facebook’s particular motivations for including this, it does help add to the feeling of responsiveness as you use the application – even though it’s probably annoying everyone else in the room.

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