Nextcall

Nextcall


#note from developer#
Nextcall was a hobby project we had at the office that did a lot better than we'd hoped. Today, we have around 12,000 users who've tried Nextcall out and for that everyone at Nazori is really thankful. At the moment though, we're struggling to keep up with feature requests and updates to the product so we won't be maintaining the code base and providing updates or fixes for the foreseeable future. With updates to Android L coming, we hope to spend some time to totally reinvent the product to make it much more usable, and leverage many of the phone features that have become available to us since we launched it but at the moment, we're simply just running out of time. When we get some time, we'll invest some more money and more time into the product to hopefully give everyone the features they've been requesting over the years."

Nextcall is the best way of tracking how often you're calling your clients, or perhaps, even your mother.

Featured on LinkedIn, Cnet, Gizmodo, Lifehacker.


SIMPLE TO ADD CONTACTS - THE DOUBLE TOUCH
Easy to setup. To add contacts, tap once for business, twice for personal.

Nextcall is a simple tool that creates a queue, which identifies how long it's been since you last spoke to that important customer, or the close friend you don't call as often as you should.

FOR BUSINESS
Talking to customers regularly, is the best way of building relationships, and winning business. Nextcall is a simple and fun tool for sales people to manage how long it's been since you've spoken to your clients, and warn you when it's been too long since you spoke.

FOR FRIENDS & FAMILY.
You don't call your mum as often as you should. You know that. Your cousin, the one who lives in Oakland, he needs love now and then too. Nextcall lets you manage your relationships, and earmark the ones that you haven't spoken to the longest.

Nextcall ranks your contact list, placing the contacts who haven't been called the longest at the top, and shows you how long its been since you last spoke, giving you a list of the 'next calls' you should make.


Nextcall is the best rated Android call queue app that lets you

★ identify important clients and friends you want to call regularly.
★ alerts you when you haven't called a contact for a specified time.
★ splits contacts into business and personal categories.
★ creates an overall call schedule for personal and business contacts.
★ creates custom call schedules, for more or less regular contact.
★ Setup only takes a few seconds.

A premium version is available - simply click GO PREMIUM within the app.

PREMIUM FEATURES

★ SMS inclusion, can enable or disable in settings. (only available on some phones. Please email support to find out if your phone is supported. Many phones disable this function.)
★ Disable / enable vibrate function
★ Search Function to help find contacts quicker.
★ Setup alerts when contacts are overdue for a call.
★ Manually reset a contact to 0 days ago.

Recent changes:
1. Added more hardware handsets to enable SMS tracking across more devices.
2. Additional bug fixes.
3. Android alerts run as a service, enabling alerts to appear while application is closed.
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Free
73
3.7
User ratings
92
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
3
File size
797 kb
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About Nextcall
#note from developer#
Nextcall was a hobby project we had at the office that did a lot better than we'd hoped. Today, we have around 12,000 users who've tried Nextcall out and for that everyone at Nazori is really thankful. At the moment though, we're struggling to keep up with feature requests and updates to the product so we won't be maintaining the code base and providing updates or fixes for the foreseeable future. With updates to Android L coming, we hope to spend some time to totally reinvent the product to make it much more usable, and leverage many of the phone features that have become available to us since we launched it but at the moment, we're simply just running out of time. When we get some time, we'll invest some more money and more time into the product to hopefully give everyone the features they've been requesting over the years."

Nextcall is the best way of tracking how often you're calling your clients, or perhaps, even your mother.

Featured on LinkedIn, Cnet, Gizmodo, Lifehacker.


SIMPLE TO ADD CONTACTS - THE DOUBLE TOUCH
Easy to setup. To add contacts, tap once for business, twice for personal.

Nextcall is a simple tool that creates a queue, which identifies how long it's been since you last spoke to that important customer, or the close friend you don't call as often as you should.

FOR BUSINESS
Talking to customers regularly, is the best way of building relationships, and winning business. Nextcall is a simple and fun tool for sales people to manage how long it's been since you've spoken to your clients, and warn you when it's been too long since you spoke.

FOR FRIENDS & FAMILY.
You don't call your mum as often as you should. You know that. Your cousin, the one who lives in Oakland, he needs love now and then too. Nextcall lets you manage your relationships, and earmark the ones that you haven't spoken to the longest.

Nextcall ranks your contact list, placing the contacts who haven't been called the longest at the top, and shows you how long its been since you last spoke, giving you a list of the 'next calls' you should make.


Nextcall is the best rated Android call queue app that lets you

★ identify important clients and friends you want to call regularly.
★ alerts you when you haven't called a contact for a specified time.
★ splits contacts into business and personal categories.
★ creates an overall call schedule for personal and business contacts.
★ creates custom call schedules, for more or less regular contact.
★ Setup only takes a few seconds.

A premium version is available - simply click GO PREMIUM within the app.

PREMIUM FEATURES

★ SMS inclusion, can enable or disable in settings. (only available on some phones. Please email support to find out if your phone is supported. Many phones disable this function.)
★ Disable / enable vibrate function
★ Search Function to help find contacts quicker.
★ Setup alerts when contacts are overdue for a call.
★ Manually reset a contact to 0 days ago.

Recent changes:
1. Added more hardware handsets to enable SMS tracking across more devices.
2. Additional bug fixes.
3. Android alerts run as a service, enabling alerts to appear while application is closed.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 26, 2014
Great app. Improvement suggestion. Great and useful app. I would love to see a feature to be able to track text messages for some contacts and phone calls for others.
A Google User
Feb 24, 2014
Broken in Kit Kat -- UPDATE? I had been using it quite nicely with my 4.3 Galaxy Nexus but ever since I switched to Nexus 5 with Kit Kat, Nextcall is a useless defunct app sitting in my phone. Worse, it makes the Android phone app crash every now and then.. I've been waiting for an update for a while but nothing yet.. Right now what I have is a paid app that is of no use to me.. =/
A Google User
Feb 4, 2014
Great for calls. Premium (text) not working. This app has wonderful potential and works 100% for call tracking. So I am sorry to say I've given the support 3 months to try to get text messaging tracking (premium - the feature I paid for) working. The guy at support always emailed right back so props for that but I really want SMS tracking to work. I have a nexus 4, one of the most open phones. Android changed their API calls with KitKat so you might want to look into that. Ill be glad to charge my rating if you get this resolved.
A Google User
Dec 12, 2013
No alerts I can't seem to get the alerts to work on my nexus 5. Makes the app basically a smaller contact list. Please help or fix so I don't need to open the app to find I haven't called someone.
A Google User
Oct 22, 2013
Nice app but needs more flexibility... I love this app. It is a great idea and it works. It does, however, need to be a bit more flexible. ...two improvements would do it... (1) allow more groups with own contact timing (rather than just Personal and Business) and (2) rather than only allowing you to phone when clicking on a name, why not also give text option? ...with these, app would get a 5.