TalkNotes employs Android multi-tasking to allow you to enter notes, appointments, and reminders while calls are in progress, as well as reviewing notes on previous call conversations.
Allows scheduling follow up that goes directly into Google Calendar.
Apart from on-going call, notes could be made on entries in the Call Log, free form notes or memo.
**Notice for Android 4.0 (ICS Ice Cream Sandwich and above)**
Two features of TalkNotes are known to be non-operational when using device with Android 4.0 and above. These are 1) settings (activation) customization, and 2) posting to Google Calendar. Recent changes to the OS broke these features.
These issues have been rectified in TalkNotes Plus, and rather than retrofit into TalkNotes, we are planning on releasing a free version of TalkNotes Plus. TalkNotes Plus has many enhanced features, some of which we would like to provide in the free version. At this time, we do not have a release date for this free version of TalkNotes Plus; we expect two more major releases before creating a free version.
For those with the affected OS versions, there is a choice of waiting for the release of the free version of TalkNotes Plus, while using TalkNotes without the features mentioned above. Or else, review TalkNotes Plus and evaluate whether the additional facilities are worth the upgrade at this time. If you choose, you could download TalkNotes plus for further evaluation; Google policy provides a period of evaluation during which you could uninstall without any charge.
You could have both versions installed during this evaluation; and there is export/import facilities to move notes between these versions.
Irrespective of the choice, we want to make it clear that we are committed to maintaining a free version of TalkNotes/TalkNotes plus. Both free and paid version would be provided, with some features disabled in the free version.
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