Missed call alert gives you the facility to find out who has called if your phone has been out of coverage or switched off. Once your phone is back in coverage or is switched on, you will receive a text message telling you who called. It is called, according to operator, Missed Call Alert, Call Catcher, Missed Call Information, Who Called, MyWind, Ti Ho Cercato, Chiamami, Lo Sai and it's almost always free of charge.
All those messages will fill up your message list soon and you have to manually take care of them. What about an application that captures those messages, so they will never reach Messaging?
- When you receive one of these SMS you will get a notification and a call list will be updated.
- Clicking on items in the list you can call, send SMS, see the contact details, and more.
- The Find SMS feature allows to clean up SMS messages by importing older calls in the program
If your operator isn't supported out of the box, you can use "Learn new SMS" feature to add your template to the block list.
IMPORTANT: This app works ONLY if you already have missed alert call service. Check with your mobile operator.
NOTE: To make it work along with GoSMS activate "Raise priority" in Settings of ICalledYou and go in GoSMS Settings/Advanced/Receive settings and disable option "Disable other message notification".
If you use MIUI ROM enter in Messages Settings of the ROM and choose Priority for other SMS apps option.
NOTE FOR LG G2 (maybe G3) USERS: Either disable message pop-up (in Messaging) or check Raise Priority (in ICalledYou) to let the app delete the SMS
Sorry, no Android 5 Lollipop support yet.
This program is free and supported by ads banner and reviews on the Play Store. With a small fee you can remove ads via in-app purchase.
It works only if missed call alert SMS service is available from your carrier! It's up to you to request and activate the service.
Fix 3 ITA messages
Xposed module for Lollipop
New SMS template for Wind IT
Bug fix send SMS option
Now it works on Android 5.0 Lollipop, but you have to launch the app to clean the SMS Inbox (it won't be necessary if you have root and xposed)
No more ads (thanks to everyone!)