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Google Phone Versions 2.05 And 3.0 Introduce A Missed Call Indicator [APK Download]

The default dialer app that comes with the latest Android N Developer Preview has a small but significant change.

When you fire up the Google Phone app, an indicator now appears alongside the middle tab showing how many calls you've missed.

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Android's Stock Dialer App Is Hiding An Easter Egg From 'The IT Crowd'

Today is Easter Sunday in many countries, and though humble tech bloggers don't really get fancy luxuries like "vacations" or "religious holidays" or "time to sleep," it seems appropriate to point out an Android Easter egg that's apparently been lying in wait for quite a while. The folks at Ausdroid spotted this one, a simple nod to British sitcom The IT Crowd (also known as "that show that's kind of like The Big Bang Theory without all the sucking").

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Truecaller Becomes A Dialer Replacement After 7.0 Update With New Icon, Smart Call History, And More

Truecaller is a caller ID service that gained more attention a while back when Cyanogen Inc. announced it would integrate the service into Cyanogen OS. The company released Truedialer in the past to replace your default dialer, and now it's looking to expand its presence on your phone by integrating those features directly into the Truecaller app.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Dialer Will Include Caller ID And Search Powered By Whitepages

You probably can't remember the last time you picked up a printed copy of a phonebook from Whitepages. The company still exists, though, and its database of phone numbers will be built into the new Samsung Galaxy S7. Even if you don't have a phone number in your contacts, the GS7 might be able to tell you who's on the other end before you pick up thanks to this feature.

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[Android M Feature Spotlight] Emergency Calls Automatically Display The Nearest Contact Center And Your Current Location

This feature has taken us a long time to confirm, readers - sorry about that. Testing it would have required us to call 9-1-1 for the sole purpose of testing out a neat new tool on a smartphone, and aside from being extremely illegal, none of us wanted to explain to a hard-working emergency dispatcher that we were using a vital service to write up a blog post. And on that note, please, please don't test out this feature on your own Android M preview build. We're only sharing a screenshot sent in to us by a reader which we assume was taken during an actual emergency.

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Hello Dialer From Facebook Updated To Version 2.0 With New Layout, Missed Call Notifications, Contact Filters, And More

Facebook's Hello dialer is an interesting extension of the social service into core telephony functions. That said, the original release was a bit barebones and left a lot to be desired. Version 2.0 (which has come just a couple of months after the initial release) adds some important features and a tweaked interface that should win it a few more converts from the stock dialer app. Chief among these are the ability to filter the contact view to just those contacts with phone numbers, and notifications for missed and blocked calls.

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You want more? How about a new "card" layout for incoming calls that lets you answer in one swipe?

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[App Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Apps Of April 2015

April was a bit sparse when it comes to new apps - there aren't any real standouts, though Facebook certainly made a splash with its self-branded phone dialer. The rest of the best picks from last month are mostly advanced tools for power users, or in the case of the impressive edjing, experienced music producers. Here in no particular order are our picks for the best of the lot, plus a few honorable mentions that might have broader appeal.

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edjing PRO - Music DJ mixer

Android Police coverage: Edjing Pro Provides Android-Using Professional DJs With A Feature-Rich Music Mixer, Launches Priced At 50% Off

Much as some of us would like to believe otherwise, there's still no substitute for a full-sized computer when it comes to creative work.

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Ready Contact List Goes Material In Big 2.0 Release, Gains Third-Party App Integration, Call Bubbles, And More

Ready is a third-party dialer that, from the beginning, has prided itself on being prettier than the one you're currently using. And for people where looks aren't enough, it consolidates various aspects of mobile communication into one place in order to improve the experience of actually making calls. You can know when you last talked, what was said in your last text, and when the next meeting is scheduled for all as you dial a person's number.

Now Ready has gone 2.0 after spending weeks in beta, and for this release, the developers have made the app Lollipop ready.

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Ready Contact List Leaves Beta To Pretty Up The Phone Part Of Your Phone

It's easy to forget, but smartphones are supposed to be phones. Shocking, I know. Ignoring this most basic of functions is no good, though. Ready Contact List for Android can make your calls more efficient and attractive, and it's out of beta today.

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[New App] Ready Is A Beautiful New Caller And Contact List Experience, Out Now In Public Beta

Ready wants to reinvigorate the part of your phone that, in ye olden days, was all that mattered. That's right, it wants to improve how you make phone calls. Rather than gutting out your home screen and replacing it with something quirky, it tackles your dialer instead.

The Ready developers have tasked themselves with making contacts easier to see and communicate with. The app does so by not only tweaking how contacts are presented, but by creating useful shortcuts as well. The idea is that if you just got off the phone with someone, you might want to call them back, text them, or shoot them an email, so let's make those options available upfront.

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