orb3000 · Oct 13, 2010 at 03:07 pm

Incoming Call plus for Android

Have an Android device and got tired of the same dialer? XDA member matt_stang provides a good alternative. IncomingPlus will change your “stock” dialer and it´s fully integrated with the Android UI. Despite it´s on early development and that some devices are not supported, it´s worth to try it. The reject with text sliding tab is a great and nice alternative to decline a call.
Available for free on Android market.

Originally posted by matt_stang
[APP] Incoming Call Plus BETA – Custom Incoming Call Screen

Incoming Call Plus is an incoming call screen that is going to be fully customizable. It is currently in early development with limited features. This is the Incoming Call Plus public beta. All feedback (bugs, feature requests, etc.) is greatly appreciated! New features are added daily so be sure to check for updates often. Enjoy!

Google Code page
You may post issues on the Google Code page or simply in the forum, either works.

Download attachment or from the market.

Market link

You can find more information in the application thread.


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