Schedule Your Calls with Call Planner
Time is more precious than any currency. Our lives are very fast-paced, and sometimes we need to contact many people at the same time. If you want to make more than a few calls, you might need an application to schedule them—like the one I would like to present to you.
A nice application to handle your calls was created by XDA Forum Member mjelinek. Call Planer is an application where you can schedule your calls by time and even sort them by priority. There is even an option to call your contacts who have a birthday, and this is much more personal than simply wishing them Happy Birthday via Facebook or Google +.
With this application, calls can be scheduled daily, weekly, or monthly, so you can stay in touch with your family, friends or coworkers. Call Planer simply notifies you about upcoming call and gives you a few options about what to do with the call. The application is good looking and doesn’t display any ads, which is also a good thing.
If you are calling a lot or simply don’t want to miss your mother’s birthday, you should make your way to the application thread and grab the newest version of Call Planer.
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