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UTILITY: V2R released Calls2React v1.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 21.04.04 - 11:34:46 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 8101x
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V2R Vision to Reality today announced the availability of Calls2React v1.0 for Windows Mobile.
V2R Calls2React is a tool that displays a picture for every incoming, outgoing or missed calls and is a plug-in for V2R's Caller2Picture but designed as an upgrade to Pocket PC Phone Editions calls history.

With V2R Calls2React you can view a picture of every missed/incoming/outgoing for easy recognition. The picture is assigned by V2R Caller2Picture and automatically used by Calls2React.

Once a call is recorded, several options are available:

  • Send SMS
  • Send E-mail
  • Add to contacts
  • Assign picture
  • Calendar
  • Tasks

V2R Calls2React uses pictures assigned by Caller2Picture and stored either in the internal memory or on an SD Card.
Additionally a today plug-in is available that displays the calls history like missed, outgoing or incoming calls and provides quick access to the main interface of Calls2React.

Calls2React supports all Pocket PC Phone Edition 2002 and 2003 devices including Second Edition, such as o2 xda/Xda II or PPCW.Net i-Mate Phone Edition and is available from for US$ 8.34 which also includes a trial version.

Cheers ~ Arne

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