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Dec 4

Introducing Calling Proxy for Android

Posted on Sunday, December 4, 2011 in Coding, User

Please hold the line….

Press 1 for English…

Press 2 for support, or press 3 for sales

Press 3 to talk to a human, or 4 to talk to a bot.

Now enter the phone number.

Do you always repeat the same input sequence each time you call an automated phone line? Have you ever wondered if there was a way to avoid the repetition? Then CallingProxy is the app for you.

Proxy List

It allows you to automate input sequences into phone systems. If you just have a fixed sequence which you dial always, then you could save it as a contact and use each time. If this prefix changes slightly each time, then you’re out of luck. If you have a sequence which is just a prefix you use often, you use CallingProxy.

CallingProxy enables you to automate input sequences into phone systems. It allows you to save different number sequences which will be used as proxies when you make a call. When you make a call through the app, the proxy will be dialed first, then a pause, and then the number which you dialed will be input.

In the example above, let’s say the number you dialed was +1-555-123-456, and you wish to speak to a sales human representative. Then you would save a proxy as +1555123456,1,3,3. When you next dial the phone number using the proxy, all the necessary input will be done directly without you having to do anything more. (commas are used for pauses in the input).

For more detail, see the CallingProxy page. You can grab your copy of CallingProxy from the Android market. iPhone and other mobile platform users stay tuned!

If you like it, tell your friends. If you don’t like it, tell me 😉