We Recommend: Gesture enabled call management with Super Missed Call

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  • 12 Jul 2012
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  • There are times when you just wish there was an easier way to manage missed calls. Plenty of apps on the Store offer different ways to respond to a missed event, some even using gestures.

    Gesture enabled call management with Super Missed Call

    Using Super Missed Call you will find that managing important unattended call events has never been easier. Think of when you are to busy to do anything, not to mention a missed voice call. Or when you long waited for someone to call back and just as he/she did you didn’t hear the phone. Super Missed Callmakes it a joy to handle calls. You won’t need to tap more than once to call back someone. Tap on the contact’s name, raise the device to your ear, and wait for the person on the other line to respond. If you just want to dismiss a missed call event you only need to turn the device upside down. It’s very convenient all around. The interface is very easy to understand as it appears as a pop-up and you can adjust the different options with ease. Here are some options you can configure:

    • It displays the missed calls when you unlock
    • Do not show missed call notification system (BETA)
    • Activated motions to perform actions (BETA)
    • When you have a missed call, reminder sounds every 5 minutes

    Gesture enabled call management with Super Missed Call

    Get Super Missed Call free version, add supported, or get the paid version, offered at ea very good price.

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