Finding yourself calling back to see if the line is free, download Auto Redial!
Line busy? Need to get in touch? Auto Redial lets you redial numbers automatically. Set the number, and the time between calls, and let your phone dial automatically for you. Use it to get on-the-air of your favorite radio show, or win tickets to shows and sporting events or win your chance in connecting to a busy Call Center.
Please read the "How it Works?" section before writing any negative comments.
• Option to dial alternate numbers in Contact. Eg: Dial Work number if Mobile line is Busy
• Option to enable/disable redial
• Number of Redial Attempts can be configured
• Delay between Redial attempts can be configured.
• Enable Speaker mode when Redialing
• Home Screen widget to Enable/Disable Redial.
How it Works?
Once Auto Redial settings is enabled you can close the application and dial any number from your phone dialer.
The Redial application runs in the background listening to any call you dialed ending with '0' seconds ( All busy calls ends with 0 seconds in the call log. Some carriers do not support this). If the last call ended in 0 seconds then the application automatically redial the number. If your busy call does not end in 0 secs but ends with in certain time then you can configure "Consider a call busy field". If the busy call does not hang up at all then you need to manually hang up for the system to redial the last number immediately. Currently the Android SDK does not support detecting a busy signal.
Between the redials a prompt is displayed helping you to Cancel the Redial. Press Cancel if you do not want to continue further.
How do I dial it real fast?
If you want to make repeated dials as fast as possible follow the steps below
Set the Delay between Redial to 0 seconds
Switch Off the Prompt before Redialing option
Dial the number to reach from your dialler application.
When you hear busy tone just Hang up by pressing the End Call button. This will redial the number immediately.
If you have any questions please look at the developers website or email the developer.