By J. Rick Adams, M.D.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Document your phone calls on the go. Though originally designed to fill the needs of healthcare providers, this utility meets the needs of anyone requiring documentation of phone calls while on the go with their iPhone or iPod touch.
What's New in Version 2.1
- added a 'Delete Call Note' button to the bottom of the note detail view
- added DOB to contacts in choose list to further differentiate contacts
- adjusted contact edit view so that the contact list only redraws the changed row on exit, not the whole list
- contacts can be directly viewed from a button ('i') in the call detail view
- redefined the icons in the contact select list, the 'person head button' is selectable to show the Address Book entry and edit there, 'i' takes you to the Call Notes contacts section
- call notes for the contact are now listed in the contact view
- phone number now saves when a number is selected from a popup list of numbers
- phone number consistently auto selected when there is only one phone number associated with a contact
- changing contact information in a linked call notes contact changes the pertinent data in the address book contact. Address Book phone numbers are excluded- they are not changed/deleted/edited/added in the address book.
- added ability to mail or message an encrypted PDF of call notes
- added preference to enter the user's pdf securing password
- added URL scheme calls for add and search (see http://www.jrad.com/documentation/call-notes/url-schemes.html) for details
- switched the when and duration cells in the detail and add call note views
- added a 'initiate phone call" button to detail and add view to call directly from Call Notes if your device is capable
- tapping a direct entry row in the add or detail view (i.e., Phone Number or Duration) will now exit data entry mode
- fixed a problem where a caller name could appear as 'null'
- added ability to place phone call using app GV Connect (http://gvconnect.com/)
- adjusted table drawing so that delete and insert animations are smoother
- fixed a bug causing a crash if a call was deleted from the search view
- fixed a bug causing a TextExpander fill in to not work while in the Add New call detail view
- fixed a bug that caused a TextExpander fill in to not show completely in the notes view when first expanded
- implemented dynamic text sizes in the Notes view
- implemented automatic phone number formatting similar to the Contacts app
- removed the Phone Format preference item
- clicking on the Add phone button of the Contact view now adds a phone just like clicking on the row
- clicking an active Phone field in the Contact view now makes the edit of that phone number inactive / closes the keyboard
- compiled for 64 bit
Great app for my needs. Have been using it for a couple years to track patient and care staff after-hours calls.
I like the feature that allows you to export the call log to print or email...
The app can't access the iPhone call log so it can't track calls or display anything except for the date and time of the last call. You have to add the name and number after a call. That makes the app little more than a notepad. It is largely Apple's restrictive policies that limit the app, but this is not clearly explained in the app description.
Exactly what I needed to track and document my staff's calls for our home health agency.
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- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jan 13, 2014
- Version: 2.1
- Size: 3.1 MB
- Languages: English, Spanish
- Seller: John Adams
- © 2013 J. Rick Adams, M.D.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.