Phone Calls Reminder - Missed,Diald,Recived
Phone Calls Reminder - Missed,Diald,Recived
     Phone Calls Reminder - Missed,Diald,Recived

App Description

Reply to your calls, send a message or create a new contact with just 1 click!

Call Actions helps you be organized. Create reminders that will be shown during your calls. Never forget to say what matters!

Decide if someone really needed to contact you. Call Actions can also notify you about the missed calls ring time length.

Instantly start using it with your contacts! Call Actions integrates seamlessly with the stock Android Contacts application.

Advanced actions like sharing the contact’s VCard, making a Google search about an unknown phone number or creating an alarm associated to a contact are also possible.

Call Actions has a friendly and highly customizable interface inspired by WP7 Metro UI.

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- Call info including ring time for received and missed calls
- 1-click actions after a call:
o Copy the call details in the system clipboard
o Call back
o Send an SMS
o View the contact or add a new number to the contacts list
o Send an email. In case the contact has an email, the application will use it
o Share the contact details with its VCard if available. Id set the application can only share the details as plain text.
o Make a Google search of the phone number, which may be helpful to research unknown numbers
o Create a reminder associated to the contact or phone number:
• Reminders can be shown during the calls with the contact. The opacity and position can be configured in the application settings
• Reminders can be set to have an alarm. The alarm ringtone can be configured in the app settings
• Activating the sticky notification option makes the alarm always present in the notification bar until it is triggered
• All the reminders can be managed through an option in the app settings
o Create a Google Calendar event using the contact info. Only for Android 4.0 or later
o Additional actions based on the installed application using the call details: share the details in Facebook, create a text file with these details in Dropbox or create a note in Evernote
- The app is completely configurable:
o 2 sizes: Large and Small
o Select the color of each action or let the app choose random colors each time
o The app can be deactivated for 0 second or missed calls
o The actions can be configured to disappear after a certain time
o The in-call reminder can be configured to be shown until the end of the call or disappear after some time
- The app integrates with the stock Android contacts app provided the synchronization is activated
- Several notification options:
o Show a shortcut of the last call actions
o Show notifications including the missed call duration so you can decide if the contact really wanted to contact you

We know you may be worried about the permissions required by the application so here is the explanation of why they are needed:

To load the ads, the application makes use of these permissions.
- Full Internet access
- View network state

To read the contact details to show the actions:
- read contact data

To calculate the ring length time and who your reminders during the call:
- Intercept outgoing calls
- Read phone state and identity

Activating the vibration in the reminder's alarm requires this one:
- Control vibrator

If you restart your phone and you activated the last call notification, the app requires this permission to know if you restarted it.
- Automatically start at boot

The following are used to integrate and synchronize with the stock contacts app, similar to applications like Facebook or Whatsapp:
- Read sync settings
- Write sync settings
- Manage the accounts list
- Act as an account authenticator
- Write contact data
- Discover known accounts

App Screen Shots

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App Changes

April 16, 2013 Price Decrease: $0.99 -> FREE!
December 05, 2012 Initial Release