QuiteSleep is an Android application that controls which people can interrupt your sleep, or any other activity defined by start and end times. In addition to muting calls, it can send an SMS and email with predefined text to advise callers that you are sleeping or busy.
|Tags||Android Java SE Mobile Mail SMS call contacts|
|Translations||English Spanish Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional)|
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I'm glad to announce in Freshmeat that QuiteSleep was updated with the license terms change with the GNU GPL v3, and the translate ...
Release Notes: This release improves some old features (the contact list, banned list, etc.) and fixes some small bugs.
Release Notes: The application was updated for Android 2.2 (Froyo). Now you can put QuiteSleep into an SD card. There are now four different ways to determine when to block incoming calls, including blocking all calls, blocking only blocked contacts, blocking unknown calls, and blocking unknown calls and blocked contacts. An incoming call now can be blocked either by silencing the ringtone or by hanging up on the call. Other features were improved and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version includes translations to Spanish, English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese.
Release Notes: Crash bugs were fixed. SMS sending was fixed. The history shows if SMS delivery was attempted, though not if delivery was actually completed. Several internal thread and service functions were fixed.