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    Does anyone have a Missed Call Reminder App in development? Or anyone know of any available now but just not in installer?

    I know most people don't need it but with my Moto sometimes when I am in a noisy place like a casino I will get a call and only notice later after I leave that I did get a call because it beeped.
    I hope something shows up soon.

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    This would be very nice. I'm constantly checking my phone to see if I missed something since there is no reminder.

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    I agree I miss this feature. Had it on my old phone

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    Me too, is the thing I miss so much about my old phone.

    Please, gurus: pimp our iphones

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    i really miss this from my old phone, not only did it remind me of missed calls but everything from texts, email, reminders, etc.

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    it's going to be bad azz if someone comes up with this
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRCRS View Post
    i really miss this from my old phone, not only did it remind me of missed calls but everything from texts, email, reminders, etc.

    Yes, my old moto did that, text, mail, reminders... it was the best of it.

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    i agree. I miss this feature too.

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    With the notifier app, it puts an icon in the status bar at the top for SMS and eMail. Maybe a (periodic) beep could be added to it. While Missed Calls/VoiceMail is listed as unlikely, it may be possible someday.

    Or Apple could add a feature we all want to the next firmware, instead of taking away the ones we used to have.

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    yeah, it seems that all my phones over the last 10 years had this feature....Apple really dropped the ball when leaving this feature off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuhoo22 View Post
    yeah, it seems that all my phones over the last 10 years had this feature....Apple really dropped the ball when leaving this feature off.
    What am I missing here? If I miss a call on my iPhone, it immediately notifies me next time I turn on the phone. You could also check with your carriers, there's a value pack you can add to your service called "Who called" which will send you a text message when you miss a call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurisko View Post
    What am I missing here? If I miss a call on my iPhone, it immediately notifies me next time I turn on the phone. You could also check with your carriers, there's a value pack you can add to your service called "Who called" which will send you a text message when you miss a call.

    Because some people may need to return calls as soon as they can find out about them. I may not turn my phone on for a hour or 2 after the call and if it was my work calling that would not be good. With my Razr I would know someone called me as soon as I was away from noise as it lept beeping every 5 mins or so. Also why should we pay for a text message service when this feature is a standard in most phones and makes no sense why the Iphone lacks it.

    The Iphone is a great phone but why they decided to cut stuff like this or video totally puzzles me. They should have put everything positive say a Razr had and added all the other stuff.

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    I assume no hack has been developed yet for this problem? I keep missing calls, and because the phone does not beep when there are missed calls i have no idea until i actually pick up the phone, sometimes hours later.

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    This seems like a no-brainer. Quite surprised actually that it isn't implemented. Would love to see this developed.

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    i have this thread but no one is interested,... any help
    http://modmyi.com/forums/showthread....867#post133867

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurisko View Post
    What am I missing here? If I miss a call on my iPhone, it immediately notifies me next time I turn on the phone. You could also check with your carriers, there's a value pack you can add to your service called "Who called" which will send you a text message when you miss a call.
    Ya, every phone does that. It says who you missed the next time that you look at your phone. What we are saying is that every other phone will notify you audibly with a 'beep' or something after the phone hasn't been checked since the calls/texts have been missed.

    The iPhone is missing tons of standard features that have been on regular phones for years. Apple needs to get their act together.

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    A new app has appeared on installer called SMS Notify that vibrates every 15 seconds when u have unread SMS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHK View Post
    A new app has appeared on installer called SMS Notify that vibrates every 15 seconds when u have unread SMS!
    it is a gr8 app however we are waiting for missed call i am trying to find out where the iphone keeps the record of missed calls maybe if i change from the sms database to the missedcall one it will work... any idea?

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    indeed - we need a notification for miss calls too...

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    I agree. My old Moto used to beep every 2-3 minutes if I had an unread SMS or missed call. SMSNotify is alright but a) it's only for SMS's, and b) only vibrates. If I have an unread SMS or email, or a missed call (basically any red alert bubble) I'd like it to beep every mintue/other minute.
    Thanks!

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