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What's new in this version (2.8.4):
2011-11-22 2.8.4 release.
- Fixed background process startup.
2011-06-28 2.8.3 release.
- Fixed android 2.3 support.
2010-12-08 2.8.2 release.
- New: support for Pdassi market.
2010-08-20 2.8.1 release.
- Call Button support in Froyo.
2010-08-18 2.8 release.
- New: disable service option.
Allows you to automatically enable your BlueTooth handset when you receive or make a phone call. Once the call is closed, the BlueTooth device will be powered off again to save your battery life.
Stay focused and save battery life in your Bluetooth headset by using BTCall, the app that automatically activates your Bluetooth unit upon receiving calls to and sending calls from your handset. After the call, BTCall can even turn the Bluetooth device off automatically. With one press to take a call, you can easily sync your devices and keep your hands on the wheel or the keyboard while you maintain attention on the task ahead.
With BTCall you don't need to manually enable your Bluetooth interface, and you will not need to disable it again when you are done with it. Once you've customized your settings, the app does all the work.
Before running BTCall, set it up your way. Choose to use the service for only incoming or outgoing calls or for all calls. Listen to calls using the internal speaker instead of your headset while Bluetooth is being activated. Set a power off delay for your Bluetooth device so that you can quickly reconnect to it after a call ends if you have to make or take more calls.
BTCall gives you the ability to establish time zones, starting the app automatically during specific time frames. Select up to four zones and select beginning, ending, and day of the week parameters for them. BTCall also has settings in English, German, Italian, and French and has NLS for default languages.
This demo version allows you to fully test the application for one week.