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Free LaterDude App: Set Callback Reminders from the Call Log

laterdude Lester let me know that Fabian has cranked out a new little app that lets you easily create a calendar reminder from a call log entry. It essentially lets you easily create call back reminders. Nothing fancy but it requires OS 4.5+.

You can pickup the app free OTA at this link or read more at the product page.

From the description:

This application allows you to have full control over who you have to call back when.

From your Call Log or from your Messages application (on some devices, both work, on others only one works) you select an entry, press Menu then ‘Remind me later!’ and now a selection pops up when you want to get notified again about calling back.

It creates a calendar entry at the selected time and date. Make sure that you set the following in the Calendar-Options:

  1. Open up the Calendar
  2. Click Menu then Options
  3. General Options
  4. Default Reminder
  5. Set it to 0 min.

In the next version I will try my best in programmically creating that reminder so that you don’t have to set the default reminder to 0 min.
How the application works:
You select an entry, the application creates a calendar appointment with the data of the call, it sets the reminder of the event to the default reminder (and you have to set that default reminder to 0 min in order to get notified at the correct time).

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  1. Note: There is no home screen icon for this! Once installed it integrates right into your call log menu as “Remind Me Later!”

    This is GREAT! 🙂

  2. Gets my vote for best app name for 2009. Well done. BTW, Fabian rox for making it free. Thanks, dude. ;^>

  3. @JR true, no icon for it. should have said that in the description.

    @Ed thanks for the kind words! because of people like you appreciating the free apps (AND telling me that they appreciate the apps) I make freeware software titles.

    • @Fabian: Great app — simple, but effective! Please consider making it a “zero length” (i.e., same start and end times) event in a future release.

  4. Thanks so much for this app.
    I love it!!

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