Who Called Me for Android Launched

We’re proud to announce the official launch of Who Called Me for Android users. For the price of FREE, we provide a super simple shortcut to identify missed called and unwanted telemarketers.

Check it out, we await your feedback!


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3 Responses to Who Called Me for Android Launched

  1. Pete says:

    That’s awesome, congratulations! Like one reviewer said: would be great to have an option to put caller name directly in the list of missed calls…

    • Reverse James says:

      Thanks Pete. That’s definitely something we may look into adding in the future, however those lookups would require API access.

      Because of that, users would either need to signup for our API program, or pay for the app. We’re trying to keep it free and simple for now.

      In the meantime though, Asgard Designs has been nice enough to create a paid app using our API. It’s called “Fetch That Number” and we make nothing from the ~$3 currently being charged for it. It’s a cool app, and you definitely get what you pay for.

      For now, we’ve got a couple of cool features we’re looking into offering, such as number blocking, automatic spam call blocking, and possibly even an “opt-in only” address book sharing system for app users.

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