TalkMyPhone open source app allows you to control your Android phone over Gtalk.


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  2. TalkMyPhone for Android


Developer: Christophe-Marie Duquesne

Category: Communications

Platform: Android

Submitted: 18 Nov 2010

Updated: 28 Nov 2010

TalkMyPhone aims at enabling you to control your phone through Gtalk. It can be useful for those who prefer typing SMS on a real keyboard.

Features overview:

TalkMyPhone opens a Gtalk conversation with you and:
- forwards you the incoming SMS
- notifies you about incoming calls
- notifies you about battery state

With simple commands, you get the ability to:
- reply to the incoming SMS (using "reply:")
- send SMS (using "sms::" - contact can be a name or a phone number)
- read last 5 SMS from a contact (using "sms:" with no argument)

Additionnal useful commands are provided, and you can:
- make you phone ring in case you loose it (using "ring")
- geolocalize your phone - it will send you Google Maps links (using "where")
- copy text to the keyboard (using "copy:")
- get information about a contact (using "contact:")
- open any URL (just paste it in the conversation)
- get help, using "?"

Web site

TalkMyPhone for Android

TalkMyPhone open source app allows you to control your Android phone over Gtalk.

TalkMyPhone 2.06-beta seem to be the latest available version for the Android platform. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:

There are totally 15 version(s) of TalkMyPhone for Android on this site. More details and all its versions are available on the TalkMyPhone for Android portal.


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