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  Reply # 836222 13-Jun-2013 11:16 Send private message

peejayw: Works fine on my Nexus 4. Auto-response while driving would be a great feature.


This app does that and more including reading out your messages and announcing who is sending the message.



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  Reply # 836227 13-Jun-2013 11:19 Send private message

mmlakeman: hi - works really well on my S3! Just out of interest what tools did you use to create the app?


I made it in VB for Android
http://www.basic4ppc.com/index.html

Really fast and easy to use.

 

 



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  Reply # 836243 13-Jun-2013 11:31 Send private message

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mmlakeman: hi - works really well on my S3! Just out of interest what tools did you use to create the app?


I made it in VB for Android
http://www.basic4ppc.com/index.html

Really fast and easy to use.


Thanks for that link, been meaning to have a play with some app development at some stage.

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  Reply # 836290 13-Jun-2013 13:14 Send private message

kiwitrc: This app does that and more including reading out your messages and announcing who is sending the message.


Unfortunately too buggy for me. Primarily, it doesn't understand my voice commands. Must be my England. Exactly the set of features I'm looking for though if I can find another that works. (Galaxy S2 JB)




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  Reply # 836308 13-Jun-2013 13:27 Send private message

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kiwitrc: This app does that and more including reading out your messages and announcing who is sending the message.


Unfortunately too buggy for me. Primarily, it doesn't understand my voice commands. Must be my England. Exactly the set of features I'm looking for though if I can find another that works. (Galaxy S2 JB)


I havent tried talking to it (in fact I didnt know you could till now :). I use it to read messages when I am driving, and respond to the sender that I am driving and will contact them later.

Warning, when using it to listen to music via bluetooth at a BBQ gathering, it might pay to turn it off or else you might get the same thing happen where a mate text a pile of expletives and it read it out to the women and children who were in attendance :)

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