November 15, 2009 in Utilities (E)
[prMac.com] Bristol, United Kingdom - CallSaver 1.0, the most complete solution yet to the problem of avoiding costly 0845 & 0870 UK telephone numbers, is now available. It is the first iPhone App that allows users to directly browse an internal database to find alternative UK numbers. Users are provided numbers with supporting information to ensure the call is placed correctly. Users will be able to save money by accessing a database containing the most popular companies and authorities instantly.
The user interface has no adverts and navigation to the required number is simple. CallSaver allows the user to feedback the call success, report obsolete numbers and submit their own suggestions and request numbers they require. The CallSaver database promises regular online updates from continued research and crowd sourcing the user base.
* Category Browsing
* Full Company Listing View
* User Number Submission Facility
* Call Feedback for Database Optimisation
* International Support
* Number Request Facility
* Frequent updates from Cloud
* Favourites Storage for easy retrieval
* UK / International Number Formatting
Jeremy Bassett, the creator of CallSaver said on its release, "It has always infuriated me how my iPhone and landline bills always seem to have a charge line for so-called 'local calls' not covered by the inclusive deal. For nearly a year, I have been collecting the alternative numbers and building this iPhone App to help others avoid these high charges. It is just the start really, I hope to update the database regularly with user's suggestions and continue research to make this database the number one resource. I am already working on the free update to Version 1.1 and this will add number search and address book integration to make it even easier to find and store numbers."
iPhone and iPod touch 2.2.1 or later
Pricing and Availability:
CallSaver 1.0 is only $2.99 USD (£1.79) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.
Jeremy Bassett is an independent iPhone Developer who has spent a year developing CallSaver. CallSaver users can follow the product Twitter feed at @callsaver to keep abreast of updates, tips and submit new numbers. Copyright (C) 2009 Jeremy Bassett. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.