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What's new in this version (1.7):
- Fixed on some phones, restart device will not restart ForgottenPhone. It is all working now.
- If you prefer to set the sender email address for the notification email, you can set it through menu->Settings
- Added Spanish Support
- Minor Bug fixes
- Added Chinese support
- Added Japanese support
Have Missed Calls, Texts Forwarded to Your Email InBox
Have you ever missed an important call or SMS because your phone was inaccessible or silent? Perhaps you forgot to put it in your pocket as you were rushing out of the door in the morning. Maybe you need to keep your mobile silenced or shut off during part of the day to prevent disturbances or interruptions. You might have separate work and personal phones and prefer not to carry them both with you at all times. Or maybe you just can't find your device, right now. How can you make sure that you learn about those truly crucial calls and texts in a timely fashion, even if your device has been left behind, silenced, or mislaid?
Forgotten Phone offers a reliable, discreet solution: the app forwards your missed call information and text messages (SMS and MMS) to a preconfigured email address that you can monitor until you get your phone back. Once activated, Forgotten Phone begins to automatically transmit missed call information and text messages to the specified email address. The forwarded information includes contact attempt times, phone numbers, and (if available) contact names, plus text content and notice of any attachments. Just check your email to review all of your text messages and find out the names of any address book contacts who have been calling you, as well as the numbers of any other callers.
You can customize Forgotten Phone's forwarding settings for both missed calls and text messages. Settings include: 1) enabled, the highest setting, indicating that everything will be forwarded; 2) pending, the second-highest setting, activated only after two failed contact attempts from a particular number; and 3) disabled.