Ultimate Call Screen HD Free combines a Fullscreen Caller ID alternative, contact image supervisor, name blocker, and, on high of that, sensor-base moves such as rejecting calls by turning the phone screen-down, and swipe gestures simply to be sure to deal with your telephone any approach you wish to have to.
Licensed users can link phone contacts to Facebook profiles, and use their HD profile pictures as name displays. Also with the License comes Ultimate SMS Screen, the identify says all of it.
All this on the identical bundle, working from Android V2.1 to ICS, on any resolution on any phone.
There’s no restrict on the number of contacts that you can customise or block on the Free version. There are not any provides and no timeouts. I imagine on introduced performance for price, now not crippling the app to power buys.
To get admission to the dialpad and different same old features, press “back” button while on a call, or use the enable the “swipe down” feature to do the same
No limit on number of contacts to personalize.
Apply pictures to contacts immediately out of your gallery, with the android “share” function. Simply make a selection “Add to UCS”!
Full Screen Caller ID
Selectively enable only for outgoing/incoming calls
Enable swipe gestures to bring up the default phone interface
Press “Back” when UCS is handling a call to jump back to your default phone interface
Make a selection photos from gallery or take from camera
Image cropper with multi-touch zooming
Per-contact blocking off
Preview each and every contact callscreen
Outline a worldwide default HD image for these contacts you do not really feel like personalizing
Not obligatory on-reveal “loudspeaker” button
Solution to express/cover standing bar on lockscreen
Optional haptic feedback (vibrate)
Different default footage for recognized and unknown contacts
Hide parts of the decision reveal for cleaner interface.
Block individual contacts.
What’s in this version : (Updated : Nov 20, 2014)
Fixed issue with callscreen exiting on Lollipop
Lollipop compatibility issues