Sunday, January 11, 2009

Release notes for v1.1

Version 1.1 was published today on the Market. This release includes:
  • Support for more calling cards: now you can send dialable characters after the local access number, after the pin, and after the destination number. However, a # is still unsupported.
  • Improved UI: the new UI makes more use of standard phone features and icons.
  • Help dialogs: need help? Just press Menu+Help and get your questions answered.
  • Troubleshooting: if you are having problems with the app, select Menu+Troubleshoot to find incompatible apps installed on your phone. Calling Card doesn't work well if Voxofon is installed.
  • Improved in-call screen timeout handling: if the phone's screen blanks before the called is completely dialed, the phone can stop sending tones. The Calling Card app keeps the screen on for a period of time that it computes from the length of the dialed number.

1 comment:

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