Will Verduzco · May 26, 2011 at 12:00 am

Andro+ Call Backgrounder for Android Gives You Back Control of Your Incoming Calls

Have you ever had your browsing or game experience interrupted by an incoming call you didn’t want to take but also didn’t want to deny? Luckily, XDA forum member elaware has just the solution with Andro+ Call Backgrounder for Android.

This application enables users to put incoming calls in the background with just the touch of a button. The incoming call will then appear in your notification tray, enabling you to pick up if you change your mind. This application even gives you the option to activate itself only when certain people are calling or when certain applications are launched.

In the words of the developer:

Andro+ Call Backgrounder provides you an important feature that Android System lacks!
CallBackgrounder lets you put in background an incoming call simply by pressing a button!

How many times you were watching a video, playing a game or reading email/website and an Incoming call disturbed your actvity?
With CallBackgrounder you can return to the last app you were using by putting incoming call in background!
The caller will never notice about your action, the incoming call will continue in background and you will be free to carry on whatever you were doing and maybe later answer/reject.

You can find filters based on contacts and apps that let you ACTIVATE CallBackgrounder ONLY for some contacts or running apps.

Continue on to the application thread regain control of your incoming phone calls!


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