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FakeCall: The Magical Mystery Excuse

Tue Dec 4, 2007 - 7:50 AM EST - By Harv Laser

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Conclusion: The Punch Line

At first glance, FakeCall seems extremely simple, obvious and one-dimensional, but given the diversity of potential uses versus its miniscule registration cost and generous trial period, this is hardly the case. This is easily a program that you'll find to be both practical - to avoid or get out of inconvenient social situations - or amusing, either of which may take on various forms, whether to save you time and aggravation, or to have a little harmless fun.

Regardless of how you decide to use FakeCall, it definitely scores high in both value and flexibility, with occasionally dramatic results. This is a slick little program that just needs a bit of polishing to be perfect.



GUI Design 3
Usability 5
Functionality 5
Value 5
(not an average)
  • Mimics an incoming call, on demand or timed.
  • Call details including name and phone number are totally customizable.
  • Easily select call ringtone.
  • Delay and duration timers.
  • Nearly infinite variety of uses.
  • Cons
  • Must live in Internal memory.
  • Not all faked gadgets and buttons are functional.
  • Screens are not 100% accurate (but close enough).

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