Call Filter Siesta for Android
Siesta: (MEX) State of light sleep where you can wake up in a second and go back to sleep on the next one.
Easily select which calls can interrupt you when you are busy at work or in a meeting with Call Filter Siesta for your Android device. XDA member Popolomedia brings us the following features on the application: caller group definition, quick activation, and un-mute phone by SMS.
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Originally posted by Popolomedia
“Call filter Siesta” is basically a white list call filter, allowing you to use silent mode and yet be able to define a list caller groups or individuals which you want to get alerted from while the rest of the calls will be muted.
Imagine you are sitting in a very important business meeting and the phone is of course muted. But you are waiting for a call from your wife who’s due to give birth at any minute! Call filter siesta will screen all calls accept the one from your wife, allowing the meeting to go on undisturbed by random callers.
The birth went well and you are dying to go to sleep, but you don’t want to miss a call from your mother. Call filter siesta will help you not to be disturbed until the new granny calls…
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