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Info 2 Smart N' Loud - new cool app to customize specific contact incoming call preferenecs

Hello everyone,

Just wanted to share a new app - Smart N' Loud
This application enables the user to customize incoming call preferences for a specific contact, and keep yourself available to certain people even if the phone is on silent mode.

The options starts from ringing each time the contact calls and ends with config it smarter, counting number of calls in time range, for example:
Make the phone ring if the contact called you twice in 15 minutes

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...e.smartandloud

You can also search YouTube for the application and see what it does!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQk7...ature=youtu.be

Please try it out, and write your comments!

Thanks, Eyal
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A new update is available at the play store.

Up to 3 contacts - FREE!
 
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Great app, thanks!
 
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Cool app,i have never thinked about it,but now i must say its very cool,great idea,great work.

Greeeeeetz!!!
 
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Lightbulb Smart N' Loud Version 1.2 (23/12/2013)

New update now in the store - version 1.2:
- Define phone behavior when an incoming call is from blocked number.
- When the phone is switched to silent/vibrate mode - the app asks you whether to activate the "override" settings or not.
You can also define Auto-Activate from the app.
 
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New update now in the store - version 1.2:
- Define phone behavior when an incoming call is from blocked number.
- When the phone is switched to silent/vibrate mode - the app asks you whether to activate the "override" settings or not.
You can also define Auto-Activate from the app.
Hi!

i have a question - in Galaxy phones - they have "blocking mode"...
so whats the difference between this "blocking mode" and your app?
it seems like it does the same!
 
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That's a good question!

I'm familiar with this "blocking mode", which allows to define "white list" and "black list"...
It is similar to my app, but still, there are few differences:
1. in my app those who are not defined in the "white list" are not blocked, the phone just won't ring.
2. in my app you can define that the phone would ring if a contact called you several times (you decide how many) in a period of time (you decide how long).
3. by clicking a button, you can choose whether to activate the "white list" or not. the app will detect a switch to silent/vibrate mode and asks you what to do...

I hope this is satisfying...

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Hi!

i have a question - in Galaxy phones - they have "blocking mode"...
so whats the difference between this "blocking mode" and your app?
it seems like it does the same!

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