Just letting everyone know of this gem. CallTrack. It shows your call history (missed, incoming, outgoing) in your calendar. It also shows the duration of the calls. Add a new calendar, so the call history does not clutter up your main Gmail calendar. Here's how: 1. Install CallTrack on your Android device. 2. Go to your Google calendar on your computer's browser. 3. Under the "My Calendars" tab, click add. Simply name your new calendar "Call Log," or something of the sort. 4. On your phone: make sure that your calendar is synced to provide the newly added calendar ("Call Log"). Open the CallTrack app, check-on "Enable CallTrack", click the Calendar button in that menu, then choose the new "Call Log" calendar as the calendar to receive the call history. Enable/disable what calls you want to be logged (incoming, outgoing, missed) 5. WARNING: if you press menu>sync entire call log, it will take FOREVER to sync your past calls to your calendar. So think about that before you click this. Now, you can show or hide your "Call Log" calendar by opening your calendar app, MENU>MORE>CALENDARS>check/uncheck "Call Log." And in your Google Calendar on your computer, you will have your call history matching your phone, complete with call duration and phone numbers. The app is very useful in my opinion, to be able to see when a client or colleague called, and how that correlates to meetings and other planned events throughout the day. Some people might say it is pointless, but I beg to differ.