To forget is human. To forget to buy the ice cream sandwich we promised the kids. To call home after the gig. To pack sun cream for the holiday. The place we put the piece of paper with the phone number we need to ring.
But even if we had the IQ of Albert Einstein we could still struggle. Once he forgot his own home address when sitting in a cab, and another time the destination he was travelling to on a train. But anyway. As long as we do not forget to grab our mobiles and tap Google Keep, or to add a note online, we are safe.
If you are stuck in an awkward conversation and you are praying to be saved by the bell, this app might be just the thing you are looking for.
Fake-Call Me is an Android app for smartphones that generates a fake call with all the necessary elements so that people won’t know whether you are lying or not.
What’s fantastic about this app is that you can easily adjust the time when you receive the fake call, the name of the caller and the ringtone.
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The initial media and Internet reviews are positive. The Android tablet, built by Asus, offers a 7” 1280×800 HD display, a Quad-core Tegra 3 processor with 1 GB RAM and 8 or 16 GB internal storage, weights 340 grams and comes with the latest Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) operating system.
Of course, one of the most important aspects is the price: Google Nexus 7 is available for pre-order directly from Google starting at $199.