Since you haven't specified that you want a premium or freeware(now discontinued), I would assume that you are open to both, so you can try Unlimited Call Log By Soft Relay.
Saves and shows all call logs, not just the last 500
Saves and shows all SMS logs
Store both Call and Text Message logs on any Android device
Ultra-fast custom storage, ...
Hellooo, this is Lenny!
Unfortunately, the original site (www.itslenny.com) is down, but you can find lots of videos, and imitators, on Youtube and elsewhere.
A brief Google search turned up this repo: https://github.com/lgaetz/freepbx-Its_Lenny
This seems like exactly what you want, though perhaps not the most user friendly.
The app that would suit your requirements is Automatic Call Recorder / Pro.
Record any phone call you want, and choose the ones you want to auto save everytime.
Set which contacts should be recorded and which shouldn't
Listen the recordings, save notes, share the audio file.
Integration with Google Drive and Dropbox for storing the recordings on ...
No software can do this.
The geographical information associated to phone numbers is confidential. It is known only by the network operators, and by the spies who can see what happens at the network operators. They will not reveal it, especially not for free.
The network operator doesn't know the exact location anyway. The best they have is what cell the ...
I have not used it myself (I've not that many calls making it worth looking for such an app), but it looks like Spy Call Logs is exactly what you're looking for. It works locally on the device (so no "backup to PC/cloud"), ans seems to have no limit concerning number of records. From its description:
It is very useful application when you want to record ...
If you can do without emoticons, Linphone would be worth a look:
Linphone on Android (source: Google Play; click images for larger variants)
I'm using this on Android and am quite satisfied – though I by far don't use all the features you've requested, so I cannot give my opinion on all of them. It's said to be one of the best when it comes to video ...
My personal favourites are
Whoscall- Caller ID&Block
The best app for identifying and blocking calls.you can instantly identify the source of calls and text messages even if the caller’s number is not in your contact list,whoscall also helps you block specific numbers.
more than 20 million calls are filtered and about 500,000 malicious calls are ...
While I'm not aware of any tool doing so by default, it can be achieved using Tasker – the ultimative automation tool on Android. A detailed description of available commands etc. can be found in its UserGuide.
Basically, Tasker works with Profiles, which are a combination of conditions and tasks – so you define which conditions should be matched, and what ...
If you've root access .
(Works For Any Samsung Device with android 4.4.x and above)
you can enable record option in Calling UI just by editing some values in /system/csc/feature.xml
just go through this thread in xda for more details
I think it might be worth your while taking a look at the various "Open" hardware and software mobile phones on offer or nearing completion, e.g.:
Project Ara Yes still Android but the price break should be met even with a good memory space
Other PhoneBloks members
Also you should look into the various efforts to build Linux images to run on existing ...
You should setup something like Asterisk PBX. It is free, but might prove difficult at first. However some friendly asterisk based solutions are available such as elastix.
With a PBX, you can then connect it to a phone line .. maybe via VoIP or via a physical land line..
With such line you will be able to take/make any calls to the phone network
I found out that Skype offers phone numbers. You can choose between a three-month plan and a one-year plan. Then if you keep Skype running on your computer, someone (to whom you have given your phone number) can dial your number and a pop-up will notify you when you have an incoming phone call.
I have received two phone calls so far, and it went well.
Control Your Calls:
If you have a flat rate of calls, Control Your Calls is your application. It will be your best friend to save on mobile fee. It will help you not to exceed the limits of your rate, avoiding shocks when you receive the invoice.
Alternatively, My Call Duration:
If you have single plain plan of month like 300 call free then you can
You can try CrazyCall for this purpose as well. There are quite a lot of phone numbers from different countries to choose from and incoming calls are completely for free. It works both as a web-based app and a browser extension for Chrome, so there is no need to log into the application each time you're waiting for a call. All the fun for $10/mo, which is ...
There are currently (I can't speak for the future) three related services that when used in combination can help you, although most people probably don't know that they can be used without a mobile phone:
The Gmail Phone (this isn't hardware; it's a web app you can use from your Gmail account)
Google Voice (this is what actually gives you a phone number ...
See either in softphone logs (but I don't know if cisco is making them) or using Wireshark where does the call is coming from. It might be direct IP call or call from PABX. If it comes from PABX then refer to PABX logs.
first it seems you are asking for 2 different apps!
a call recorder has usually nothing to do with the dialer. if you don't like the default one, simply chose another one you like...
but i guess this question is primarily about the call recorder, so i would recommend Call Recorder from axet.
it has several cool features:
you can choose between some well ...
Twilio's API should be able to solve your problem. You can buy a Twilio number (in one of 20 countries), and set it up to forward to a number, and change the forwarding number using a GUI or programmatically. Twilio also has a lovely UI and API.
A list of all portable messengers can be located at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_instant_messaging_clients.
It is broken down by features, OS, etc. Anything you need will be located here.
Just use regular expressions.
For an email address just use the regular expression for at least one letter or number followed by @ followed by at least one letter or number a dot and at least one more letter, so:
firstname.lastname@example.org could possibly be an email address as could email@example.com ect. a possible re would be \w+@\w\.\w
Telephone numbers would ...
For Python, you can use PyAutoGUI (works on Windows, macOS, and Linux).
A Python module for programmatically controlling the mouse and keyboard.
You can use locate functions to find specific buttons or objects within the screen in order to interact with them.
See also: Python GUI automation library for simulating user interaction in apps
You can set up one of the UK SIP-providers accounts which provide free DIDs. For example, Sticky Numbers provide toll-free UK-numbers (+4470) for free. However, they are expensive for the caller, not for you :)
After sign up, in the account dashboard you can set up forwarding to their (or your custom) SIP trunk, and then just add this number to your Android ...
TrueCaller, the top pick for Android, is available for iOS, too.
Truecaller: Number Search & Spam Identification by True Software Scandinavia AB
We started off as an app to identify unknown numbers and block spam calls. Many people do not bother saving phone numbers anymore because they rely on the ability of Truecaller ...
Look into Automatic Call Recorder. You never asked if you wanted to record your calls, but this app records them and allows you to then add notes to each log, the app integrates with the phones phonebook which is where you would have all your details you required.
The App contains:
Search function based on name and/or number
Full log (paid version to get ...
Honestly, a contact manager sounds like the best fit for your needs. Some of them are relatively easy to use, though any new software or tool with have at least a small learning curve.
Insightly is pretty easy to use, especially if you use Gmail, and it offers a free plan that would probably work for you. The service would allow you to see calls for a ...
OK, looks like you have a couple of options if the screen space is a key factor!
Forgotten Myths (Link). Has both co-op and dueling modes. Screenshots look like good use of screen space.
Order and Chaos Duels (Link). Multiplayer is only PVP by the looks of things.
If you had a tablet, Hearthstone is out soon as well, but indications are that it's only for ...
You can use Clappia (https://clappia.com)
You can design forms with all the fields you mentioned
You need to download Clappia app to access all such forms inside one common app
The forms won't be publicly accessible unless you allow
It will be free for your use case
Works offline. Submitted data will be synced whenever you are back to the internet zone.