[App Review] Fake-a-Call

Sep 19, 2010 by

Excelltech Reviews Part 1 of 5.
Fake-a-Call by Excelltech is a (call faking application) call faking application for the iOS Platform available on the Apple App Store for $0.99.





Description

The #1 fake calling app! Make your iPhone (or iPod Touch) ring on demand!

Fake an incoming call from your boss, your wife, or a celebrity at the tap of an app! Get out of bad dates, impress your friends, and prank your enemies!

* Just like a real call!

* Fully functional keypad / speaker / mute / contacts buttons!

* Select from 9 voices to start talking to you when you answer the fake call. Just ad lib your end of the conversation for an ultra realistic fake call!

* Can’t think of what to say to the voices? Choose from 9 scripts to play when you answer the phone. Just answer and repeat what the voice says — answer the fake call and the app will tell you what to say to sound like a doctor, lawyer, or just someone who really needs to go! 

* The 18 voices and scripts not enough? Record your own or buy additional voice / script packs with in app purchase!

* Voices fully functional with speaker and hold buttons!

* Escape a bad date, boring meeting, or just impress your friends!

* Easiest and most fully functional fake caller application!

See what the fuss is all about and download Fake-A-Call™ today! You’ll be glad you did!

Visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/FakeACall to vote for new features and share your fake calling stories!

 I’m just saying right now, these Excelltech app reviews will be shorter because they do not have much functionality.

Fake-a-Call is a great app, in terms of idea but sucks in terms of professionality. There are many things you can do to customize it but anybody that knows a little bit about Apple would know that something is wrong. It’s even worse when it displays 3G on the top left (iPod touch much?). What’s more is that it’s glitchy. This took about… I don’t know… 5 seconds? to do. Overall, it does what it needs to do but not well.

Functionality: 5/5 – Does what it needs to.
Professionalism: 1/5 – Hell no. Not even close.
Longevity: 4/5 – Lasts as long as you want it to.
Creativity: 1/5 – It’s been done before.
Entertainment: 5/5 – Most of it coming from glitches.
Total: 16/25 or 64%.
– Dennis

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