10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Urgent calls
- Block calls, number
- Record calls
- Must upgrade
+ By Cristiano Tagliamonte
Sanity lets you control how and when you receive phone calls.
The Sanity app lets you control just about every aspect of phone calls. You can opt to record certain calls automatically, have the phone verbally say who is calling, block unwanted calls (whether they are in your contacts or not), urgent calls (so you never miss an important one), block your phone number and more! It works pretty well, although sometimes it does glitch and seems to have issues with muting (sometimes it mutes everything, other times it refuses to mute at all). My biggest complaint, the best options aren't available on the free version.
The Sanity app lets you gain control of your phone calls in so many ways. It has features you never knew you wanted until you've got them.
The app is sometimes glitchy and to get full options, you have to upgrade to the pro version.
Look at the page of the free version for a full description.
You need to install also the free version!
Benefits of the donate version:
- remove the 2 minutes limit in the call recorder
- enable all options
- create shortcuts in the Home screen
- the startup dialog will be suppressed
Donate to support this application and future improvements.
All in all, great app to have for your cellphone. Some things a little confusing just requires a little more familiarization.
I can't use the full options even though I donated, still says these options are only available with donate version
Was working fine but after the kitkat update the call-recording feature ceased to function in on 4 settings. Not rooted. I'm disappointed that I can't use this feature any more.
Simply one of the best programs for shift workers
Doesn't work with instagram when you want to use video
payed for the donate upgrade to be able to record calls. This app uses apples mpeg-4 (.m4a) format. Android can't play it even if your lucky enough to get it to record properly. Some recordings can't be played at all by any program, some have large chunks of dead air in the middle of the calls(I.e.. records first few seconds and the last couple minutes of a call) Would be a great app if it truely