QuickCallForward

QuickCallForward


Call forwarding made easy.

Easily manage your call forward with this app. Ideal when you don't want to/can't carry your phone with you or you will have no signal where you are going.

Note that your service provider and your plan must support/provide call forwarding. There may also be additional charges for using call forwarding. If in doubt check with your service provider. Also, you can always contact us (before or after you bought the app).

This app lets you...

* Three types of home screen 1-click widgets: activation, cancellation or toggle
* Create multiple call forward locations (home, office, etc.) and assign them to any or all of four call forwarding types
- All calls
- When busy
- When there is no answer
- When unreachable
* Enable automatic activation/deactivation for 'All calls' forwarding
- Specify day of the week and hour to activate/deactivate on a custom schedule
- Specify one time event to activate call forwarding
* Activate and cancel locations with a single click
* Call forward settings
- Default GSM codes
- Presets for Verizon and Sprint (**please check with your provider for charges associated with using call forwarding**)
- Customizable codes




If you service provided is not listed, and you have the codes for it send us an e-mail and we'll incorporate it into the app.

Questions or concerns? If you got the app, be sure to check the in-app help (Menu->Help), or just send us an e-mail.

Recent changes:
- fixed issue with automatic forwarding schedule being lost after reboot
- fixed bug with multiple locations stepping on each other's weekday selection for automatic forward
- fixed bug with scheduled set at 12:xx AM being saved as 12:xx pm
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$1.82
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3.9
User ratings
124
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About QuickCallForward
Call forwarding made easy.

Easily manage your call forward with this app. Ideal when you don't want to/can't carry your phone with you or you will have no signal where you are going.

Note that your service provider and your plan must support/provide call forwarding. There may also be additional charges for using call forwarding. If in doubt check with your service provider. Also, you can always contact us (before or after you bought the app).

This app lets you...

* Three types of home screen 1-click widgets: activation, cancellation or toggle
* Create multiple call forward locations (home, office, etc.) and assign them to any or all of four call forwarding types
- All calls
- When busy
- When there is no answer
- When unreachable
* Enable automatic activation/deactivation for 'All calls' forwarding
- Specify day of the week and hour to activate/deactivate on a custom schedule
- Specify one time event to activate call forwarding
* Activate and cancel locations with a single click
* Call forward settings
- Default GSM codes
- Presets for Verizon and Sprint (**please check with your provider for charges associated with using call forwarding**)
- Customizable codes




If you service provided is not listed, and you have the codes for it send us an e-mail and we'll incorporate it into the app.

Questions or concerns? If you got the app, be sure to check the in-app help (Menu->Help), or just send us an e-mail.

Recent changes:
- fixed issue with automatic forwarding schedule being lost after reboot
- fixed bug with multiple locations stepping on each other's weekday selection for automatic forward
- fixed bug with scheduled set at 12:xx AM being saved as 12:xx pm

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 15, 2015
Excellent app!!!
A Google User
Jun 18, 2015
Couldn't find the menu for Galaxy Note 4 Hi, I could not find the menu to set up call forwarding schedule for my Note 4. Please help. Thanks!
A Google User
May 23, 2015
It's good but On my Nexus devices it's flawless. On a Galaxy S5 you can't access the menu.
A Google User
Apr 15, 2015
Excellent app!!!
A Google User
Mar 8, 2015
Android 5 And where is the "menu button" in android 5?