Audio caller is a very easy to use call logger and caller identification software. Once it is installed on the computer and the user plugs the phone cable into the modem’s socket, it starts logging all the incoming calls.
Users can customize several options and settings, for example, if they want the program to start automatically when Windows starts, to run hidden in the tray or in a standard window, to analyze the modem for TAPI compliance, the look of the interface, and its audio options such as whether to play a customized sound or an announcement using the system’s default voice (e.g., Microsoft Anna), which will speak out loud and clear the name of the caller if his/her number is on the list.
Users can also set an option to be notified about incoming calls even if they cannot answer. Users only need to configure a publishing option to upload a call log to the Web, providing an FTP server address, username, password, and the path and filename in the server, so they can consult it later from anywhere, even on vacation. The second option is to be notified when a call is received, whether the caller ID is on the list or not. This option is very useful, for instance, when the user is waiting for an important call. The user will be notified with an email specifying the caller ID, the phone number and the time when the call was received.
Users can also choose to block incoming calls from certain numbers just by adding those numbers to a black list, or blocking all the numbers that are not in the list.
- It consumes a very little amount of the system’s resources.
- Very easy to use and configure
- The software needs a voice modem, capable of speech recognition, caller ID, to work