Last Updated: Mar 30,2012
Can anyone recommend an app that shows times of calls made and received?
Try app market for "Exact Call Log" seach on just "exact" will probably give you the best results...
Can't seem to find that in the UK market... I think i seen it in there before though
I had a friend in London ... check this one for me ... and he says he can see it ...
Search for exactcalllog Exact Call Log with No spaces
call log is the name of it.
What i would like is a call log or call notes. Each phone number of the call is sent to a note. I can add what was said.
How about an app that runs as a service and asks if you want to add notes for a call each time you hang up?
I know this is an old discussion, but there is an app that tracks all calls, displays them in 4 tabs: Incoming, Outgoing, Missed Calls, and Custom, It shows the date and time plus the duration of each call. You can also redial a number from the tabs.
Call History is Free ( and there's a purchase version)
What i like about the app too, is that now, when i hang up, ending a call, my screen doesnt stay on the call screen, i defaulted it to go direct to the 4-tab call history screen. (click the android to go to the appstore)
CALL HISTORY (by TAN)
I have CallTrack, which logs your Incoming, Outgoing and Missed Calls to your Google Calendar. And Talk Notes lets you add notes to your calls!
Someone here named talk notes. Im gona try it. I want that too notes to each call.
Earlier I mentioned call log back up and restore. It also adds all my calls to my calendar which at first was annoying but now I like it. Annoying b/c it made the calednar look messy but wth its functional not pretty. So any date I can see who called me and who I called.
I use CallTrack as well. It works very well and since it logs it on your google calendar, you can access the data (in case you need a particular phone number and you forgot your phone) from any PC through your gmail calendar. If you don't want to clutter your primary google calendar, just create a new one just for logging the calls (call it Call Log) as you can create and have multiple google calendars for a particular gmail account. You can also view the call logs through your stock calendar or "Business Calendar" app or "Agenda Widget" app by adding your Call Log calendar as another calendar whose events/content will be tracked.
The problem with trying to send the log to another calendar setup on your Gmail account is that the app does not give you the option to identify a particular calendar for the gmail account. It only gives you the option to select from the Google logins or phone calendar. I am not sure if the paid version offers more control?
I believe that you are confusing CallTrack with another app. CallTrack (asterdroid mobile) is a free app.
I have one gmail account with 4 calendars associated with the account (Primary or Main calendar, Work Calendar, Call Log, and US Holidays. When you launch CallTrack, click on the "Calendar" (Log calls to calendar: XXXX) setting and you can select from 5 calendars (the 4 calendars on my google account and myCalendar which is local to my phone). There is no selection for a particular Google Login. Did you setup and activate your gmail account beforehand?
Have you tried "Call's"? It has very detailed call statistics including international calls.
looking for a call log app, that lets me see what calls i need to make today, tomorrow, next week. etc......
I use call log backup and restore and call tracker.
The first backs up to sdcard and computer (via email).
The second plots the call on a google calendar of your choosing. I setup a calendar just for my calls to be logged.
(still havent found an app as good as callnotes from the Palm era six years ago...)
For call reminders, I just use business calendar and installed free widgets that provided a handsome calendar/agenda on my home screen.
then set my reminders that pops up.with hotlinks of the phone number in the reminder..
What you want to try is CallTags! I created it specifically for keeping important notes about what was said during phone calls:
Separate names with a comma.