Call Notes Pro - check out who is calling (App) was £3.69 now FREE on Google Play - ANDROID
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Call Notes Pro - check out who is calling (App) was £3.69 now FREE on Google Play - ANDROID

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Found 23rd Oct
Has decent reviews and ratings, so has to be worth a try whilst its free...

Call Notes Pro helps you to identify who is calling you. You will see floating window with note and different address book fields like company, position, birthday, even country and mobile operator. You can also enter notes as to when you are on call and even sync your in-app notes with Evernote and OneNote.

“Call Notes Is a Cheat Sheet While You’re on the Phone.” Gizmodo

No questions asked refund within the first 24 hours!

You won’t have to ask yourself “who calls me?” anymore. The application shows you notes, company, position, birthday, and closest event from the calendar and so on during the call in float window.

The application is a must have for those who communicate a lot with new people and who have a long list of contacts. Business owners, consultants, lawyers, sales, recruiters, and journalists are happy users of the app.

Call Notes Pro is your personal simple CRM and Caller ID.

Features:
* Display information such as contact note, in-app note, company, title, birthday, group, calendar event, name, last call time, number and its type, type of the call, address, email and website.
* Modify the notes directly from the application, after the call and even during the call.
* Customization, you can adjust the location of the floating note as well as the font size and color.
* Support for all Android address book fields and internal note database. You can put notes even for unknown numbers.
* Sync in-app notes with Evernote and OneNote.
* Show notes on your Android Wear device
* All Android versions are supported: Android Nougat, Marshmallow, Lollipop, KitKat, Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich and even HTC Sense support

Top comments

ith998 h, 36 m ago

App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it …App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it worth the risk.


Hello! I am the developer of this app. Privacy is a top priority for me.

The app is available at Google Play for years. App has support for the run time permissions. All In-App notes are stored on the device, but you could sync them with Evernote/Onenote. App uses only official API for the sync process, so your data is secure (please check the privacy policy of this services). Contacts notes are stored in the Android address book, so other apps could access this information.

I do not recommend to store any confidential information or passwords in the notes. There are much more secure solutions for this, like 1Password or LastPass.

I am a real person, so you even could subscribe to my Instagram or Twitter (both @nikanorov). Unfortunately, there are no bears on my photos

pc502020 m ago

So because he's russian based he's probably a hacker...?

Yes because NSA and GCHQ are bunch of angels!!

aba12337 m ago

Its a new app. Recently launched, with only 5000 downloads. Can't possibly …Its a new app. Recently launched, with only 5000 downloads. Can't possibly have as much data as truecaller.RRP - prob none sold at that price. And he'll presumably get access to your phone book.

You could always check app history (including price, releases and so on) on AppBrain.

TrueCaller is a completely different app, for the different purpose. There is no third-party data in CNP at all. Only your notes and your contacts.

BTW: if you are worried about the privacy, it is better to read TrueCaller privacy policy, especially "1.4 Contact Information" part.
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Thanks for posting - heat added

App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it worth the risk.

Original Poster

ith9915 m ago

App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it …App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it worth the risk.


You can check which permissions are required and if you are not comfortable with them then you can decide not to install. Also apps on Google Play have to pass their security and vetting...

Any advantages over Truecaller?

Heat for the post OP.

Don't Samsung phones have this installed already or is this something else

jazman12320 m ago

Don't Samsung phones have this installed already or is this something else


My s8 has it.

slipd3 h, 54 m ago

Any advantages over Truecaller?Heat for the post OP.


I would like to know this also!

Glad I had Truecaller on my phone today. Got an idiot claiming to be from First Utility who wanted me to switch tariff.
He got really annoyed when I told him his number was showing as spam.

The Galaxy s7 already does this too, and I think my old s6 did as well. In the past I have used TruCaller however, and it works fine, but it tries a bit too hard to be more than just an identifying service.
Edited by: "a_user" 23rd Oct

ith998 h, 5 m ago

App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it …App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it worth the risk.


So because he's russian based he's probably a hacker...?

pc502020 m ago

So because he's russian based he's probably a hacker...?

Yes because NSA and GCHQ are bunch of angels!!

ith998 h, 36 m ago

App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it …App made by some guy in Russia. Might be a hacker, might not but is it worth the risk.


Hello! I am the developer of this app. Privacy is a top priority for me.

The app is available at Google Play for years. App has support for the run time permissions. All In-App notes are stored on the device, but you could sync them with Evernote/Onenote. App uses only official API for the sync process, so your data is secure (please check the privacy policy of this services). Contacts notes are stored in the Android address book, so other apps could access this information.

I do not recommend to store any confidential information or passwords in the notes. There are much more secure solutions for this, like 1Password or LastPass.

I am a real person, so you even could subscribe to my Instagram or Twitter (both @nikanorov). Unfortunately, there are no bears on my photos

Its a new app. Recently launched, with only 5000 downloads. Can't possibly have as much data as truecaller.
RRP - prob none sold at that price. And he'll presumably get access to your phone book.

aba12337 m ago

Its a new app. Recently launched, with only 5000 downloads. Can't possibly …Its a new app. Recently launched, with only 5000 downloads. Can't possibly have as much data as truecaller.RRP - prob none sold at that price. And he'll presumably get access to your phone book.

You could always check app history (including price, releases and so on) on AppBrain.

TrueCaller is a completely different app, for the different purpose. There is no third-party data in CNP at all. Only your notes and your contacts.

BTW: if you are worried about the privacy, it is better to read TrueCaller privacy policy, especially "1.4 Contact Information" part.

Downloaded it. Fingers crossed for the first phonecall now to see what it's like

Thanks OP for posting this, and thanks in particular to nikanorov for giving us a lot more info about your app...good to see the dev supporting his work!

Some of the posts on this thread show that the BBC's propaganda machine is really working...

nikanorov9 h, 25 m ago

You could always check app history (including price, releases and so on) …You could always check app history (including price, releases and so on) on AppBrain.TrueCaller is a completely different app, for the different purpose. There is no third-party data in CNP at all. Only your notes and your contacts.BTW: if you are worried about the privacy, it is better to read TrueCaller privacy policy, especially "1.4 Contact Information" part.

Yep, truecaller- the last time I looked - had a terrible privacy policy.

This is nothing l like true caller then? Will it tell me what company is ringing me if I don't have their number?

ReeceNuttall39 m ago

This is nothing l like true caller then? Will it tell me what company is …This is nothing l like true caller then? Will it tell me what company is ringing me if I don't have their number?



You made an excellent choice! TrueCaller is a very good app, but CNP is not TrueCaller competitor. This app is about your personal notes and your address book data.

These apps works by uploading everyone contact list to their servers and then using this information to identify the caller.

jamgin16 h, 45 m ago

Glad I had Truecaller on my phone today. Got an idiot claiming to be from …Glad I had Truecaller on my phone today. Got an idiot claiming to be from First Utility who wanted me to switch tariff.He got really annoyed when I told him his number was showing as spam.


Why answer the troll when Truecaller flagged it up.
Also TC has an option to block spam callers silently - worth considering turning that on.

You can add this feature in automatically on my Samsung phone. As long you're on Wi-Fi or data it tells you if the call has been reported.for spam or telesales etc. No need for a further app

Does it cover missed calls, telling me who it was?

Says £3.69 to buy, has this expired?

nikanorov23rd Oct

Hello! I am the developer of this app. Privacy is a top priority for me. …Hello! I am the developer of this app. Privacy is a top priority for me. The app is available at Google Play for years. App has support for the run time permissions. All In-App notes are stored on the device, but you could sync them with Evernote/Onenote. App uses only official API for the sync process, so your data is secure (please check the privacy policy of this services). Contacts notes are stored in the Android address book, so other apps could access this information. I do not recommend to store any confidential information or passwords in the notes. There are much more secure solutions for this, like 1Password or LastPass. I am a real person, so you even could subscribe to my Instagram or Twitter (both @nikanorov). Unfortunately, there are no bears on my photos

No bears? Cold for me then.

niceguyrick4 h, 40 m ago

Says £3.69 to buy, has this expired?


yes, but I set special permanent price for the UK users - 2,90 GBP.

It's 2.69... expired deal now..
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