"Who's Calling?" reads the name of the calling party for incoming phone calls or the sender's name of a received message. Main features are: • Supports phone, SMS, WhatsApp and custom apps (e.g. Facebook Messenger) • Uses default TTS ...Read more
"Who's Calling?" reads the name of the calling party for incoming phone calls or the sender's name of a received message. Main features are:
• Supports phone, SMS, WhatsApp and custom apps (e.g. Facebook Messenger) • Uses default TTS (Text-To-Speech) engine and language pack. Please ensure that "voice data" in TTS settings is installed • Configurable format of spoken caller ID (first name, display name, ...) • Certain contacts can be disabled or a custom name can be defined • Speech volume can be configured relative to ring tone volume • Test mode to simulate incoming calls and messages • Mute speech by flipping the phone • Configurable number of times it repeats the caller ID • Possible to activate alerting only when connected to Bluetooth (R) hands-free (Please note that, with hands-free mode activated, the caller name will still be read out by the smartphone-speakers)
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UPDATED ON: Nov 2, 2015
INSTALLATIONS: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
LATEST VERSION: 2.1.0
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 4.0 and up
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