FRITZ!App Ticker Widget

FRITZ!App Ticker Widget


You would like to be notified about missed calls no matter whether you're on the road or at home? This is simple with the new FRITZ!App Ticker widget for the FRITZ!Box.

How the FRITZ!App Ticker widget works:

Just place FRITZ!App Ticker on a start screen of your Android tablet by pressing on a free space on the Android start screen and selecting FRITZ!App Ticker from the widgets. Make sure that the space selected is large enough to display the widget. From now on FRITZ!App Ticker the start screen will show the last calls you missed to your FRITZ!Box.

Calls missed today are displayed in bold font. Meters show you the number of corresponding calls, as well as the number of calls picked up by the answering machine. You can return the calls directly from the call list or the telephone book. Click the "Box" button in the browser to access the FRITZ!Box user interface from your smartphone.

In Android 3.x/4.x you can scroll through the call list directly in the widget; with Android 3.1 or higher you can also change the height of the widget display.

The list of calls is automatically refreshed in the background. To spare the battery of your Android device, the list is not refreshed during standby operation. When the smartphone wakes up the call list is automatically refreshed immediately.

Minimum requirements:
- FRITZ!Box model with firmware version xx.05.04 or later (7390, 7360, 7330, 7270, 7240; planned: 7320, 6360 and others)
- Android smartphone tablet with Google Android 2.1 or later
- Dynamic DNS address (e.g. via www.no-ip.com)
- Remote access and dynamic DNS address configured in the FRITZ!Box (requires Expert Mode)

Recent changes:
- Adaptations for FRITZ!OS 06.20
- Fingerprint of the FRITZ!Box SSL certificate visible in settings
- Higher safety thanks to improved authenticity verification of the FRITZ!Box

From FRITZ!OS 06.20 for comparison the fingerprint of the SSL certificate is available in the FRITZ!Box user interface under Internet / Permit Access / FRITZ!Box Services and custom SSL certificates can be imported there as well.
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File size
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About FRITZ!App Ticker Widget
You would like to be notified about missed calls no matter whether you're on the road or at home? This is simple with the new FRITZ!App Ticker widget for the FRITZ!Box.

How the FRITZ!App Ticker widget works:

Just place FRITZ!App Ticker on a start screen of your Android tablet by pressing on a free space on the Android start screen and selecting FRITZ!App Ticker from the widgets. Make sure that the space selected is large enough to display the widget. From now on FRITZ!App Ticker the start screen will show the last calls you missed to your FRITZ!Box.

Calls missed today are displayed in bold font. Meters show you the number of corresponding calls, as well as the number of calls picked up by the answering machine. You can return the calls directly from the call list or the telephone book. Click the "Box" button in the browser to access the FRITZ!Box user interface from your smartphone.

In Android 3.x/4.x you can scroll through the call list directly in the widget; with Android 3.1 or higher you can also change the height of the widget display.

The list of calls is automatically refreshed in the background. To spare the battery of your Android device, the list is not refreshed during standby operation. When the smartphone wakes up the call list is automatically refreshed immediately.

Minimum requirements:
- FRITZ!Box model with firmware version xx.05.04 or later (7390, 7360, 7330, 7270, 7240; planned: 7320, 6360 and others)
- Android smartphone tablet with Google Android 2.1 or later
- Dynamic DNS address (e.g. via www.no-ip.com)
- Remote access and dynamic DNS address configured in the FRITZ!Box (requires Expert Mode)

Recent changes:
- Adaptations for FRITZ!OS 06.20
- Fingerprint of the FRITZ!Box SSL certificate visible in settings
- Higher safety thanks to improved authenticity verification of the FRITZ!Box

From FRITZ!OS 06.20 for comparison the fingerprint of the SSL certificate is available in the FRITZ!Box user interface under Internet / Permit Access / FRITZ!Box Services and custom SSL certificates can be imported there as well.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 17, 2015
Could not get working Installed but when adding widget just got big red X on my fritz box and could not add to home page. Uninstalled...
A Google User
Mar 18, 2015
Nice can get better it would be nice to be able to view 2 different fritz boxes with 2 widgets...
A Google User
Jan 31, 2015
Password is missing after upgrade. Had to look in the fritzbox logging to figure out why it was not working anymore after the upgrade. Please fix this for future upgrades.
A Google User
Sep 25, 2014
Freeze It freeze if you switch network from wlan back to gsm . It doesn't work anymore with new firmware on fritzbox!!! U have to uninstall and reinstall it.
A Google User
Jul 9, 2014
Freeze It freeze if you switch network from wlan back to gsm .
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