Smartphone Connect

Smartphone Connect


Your Smartphone can be an additional home telephone!

[Smartphone Connect] is free and easy-to-use application
for Panasonic DECT Cordless Telephone(KX-PRW110/PRW120/PRW130).
Wherever you are in your home, you can control Panasonic DECT Cordless Telephone with
your smartphone/tablet by installing 「Smartphone Connect」application over your wireless network (Wi-Fi).

[Main Features]
- Making and receiving calls using your landline
- Making and receiving intercom calls
- Playing answering system messages
- Checking your call log
- Copying contacts from your smartphone to your phone system
- Transferring landline calls between your smartphone and your handsets
- Copying images from your smartphone to your handsets to be used as wallpaper patterns
- Copying the ringtone from your smartphone to your handsets

This app supports KX-PRW110/120/130 only.

Recent changes:
2.3:
- Support auto configuration when wireless access point is replaced
- Support Canadian French
- Improvement of the "Send contacts" function

2.2:
- Improvement of power consumption

2.1:
- Added volume control menu
- Improvement of voice quality

2.0:
- Improvement of voice quality
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3.7
User ratings
482
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
2
File size
12572 kb
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About Smartphone Connect
Your Smartphone can be an additional home telephone!

[Smartphone Connect] is free and easy-to-use application
for Panasonic DECT Cordless Telephone(KX-PRW110/PRW120/PRW130).
Wherever you are in your home, you can control Panasonic DECT Cordless Telephone with
your smartphone/tablet by installing 「Smartphone Connect」application over your wireless network (Wi-Fi).

[Main Features]
- Making and receiving calls using your landline
- Making and receiving intercom calls
- Playing answering system messages
- Checking your call log
- Copying contacts from your smartphone to your phone system
- Transferring landline calls between your smartphone and your handsets
- Copying images from your smartphone to your handsets to be used as wallpaper patterns
- Copying the ringtone from your smartphone to your handsets

This app supports KX-PRW110/120/130 only.

Recent changes:
2.3:
- Support auto configuration when wireless access point is replaced
- Support Canadian French
- Improvement of the "Send contacts" function

2.2:
- Improvement of power consumption

2.1:
- Added volume control menu
- Improvement of voice quality

2.0:
- Improvement of voice quality

User reviews of Smartphone Connect
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 11, 2014
Great app
A Google User
Dec 1, 2014
Waste of energy and slows your phone It wastes phone battery by constantly seeking wireless connection. It has no settings whatsoever to stop the app from wasting your entire battery while you are out and using mobile data. It also noticeably slows down your phone while you are not on the WiFi by using all available resources to look for a WiFi network. As above, no settings to prevent this.
A Google User
Nov 23, 2014
Will return the Panasonic phone to the shop tomorrow. I bought the panasonic phone today purely for the purpose of using our smartphones as additional handsets. App does not work at all on THL W100 smartphones that do not have any issues with most other apps. Works on a THL W1, it would be good if the developer could verify if this is due to support for specific processors. There is no information with regards to supported or not supported models and by the looks of the reviews no app updates for months. Will return the panasonic phone to the shop tomorrow.
A Google User
Nov 11, 2014
Power hog - please address this HUGE issue! Functionality is great and it seems to always connect when entering the WiFi however it's a total battery killery. It almost never allows the phone to enter sleep state due to its own wake up requests. This applies to both situations: connected or disconnected
A Google User
Nov 7, 2014
Still drains the battery to much