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Updated: Vibrate on Call Connect is a Must Have Utility

UPDATE: It looks like this is no longer free

Vibrate on Call

I cannot count how many times I have had to look at my BlackBerry to see if a call went through or silently failed. I used to use an app that beeped when the call connected but Thomas let me know about a free Vibrate on Call Connect app from AFBB. This tiny utility performs one function and does it very well. You now no longer need to keep on looking at your phone to see if a call is connected or still dialing.

You can download Vibrate on Call Connect free in App World. This is one of those features that I wish RIM simply baked into the OS…

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  1. I agree that this is an important feature.
    Just want to point out that Advance OS and LED does this as well.

  2. I miss addonis that was the perfect utility on OS 4,5,6 but those pricks stopped developing it.

  3. no fuss, no muss, nothing to set and best of all it doesn’t want to connect to bbm or facebook!

  4. Definitely a nice feature, although I see the price is now .99. For those that missed out, there is another app in App World called Vibrate On Connect by Ajani, which is free, that I am trying out (good so far). As for BBM connected apps, I don’t mind them but when I say no to connecting when I install, I don’t want to continue being prompted every time I access the app (Score Mobile seems to have that problem).

  5. I picked up the VOCC Pro app when free and like it fine, but be ware. The vendor, AFBB, will then follow up with a lovely bit o’ spam by way of a txt with a link for some RAM Optimizer Pro crap. When this comes in you will get a lovely gold star icon in your message indicator pane. This SOB will not go away until you follow the link. Once you’ve done that you can back out and the gold star will be gone. I’ve left VOCC installed for now to monitor for any more of the lovely parting gifts from what I now must consider a questionable outfit, AFBB.

    Yet another case of “no such thing as a free lunch” I guess.

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