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The Edit Friend screen.
- A View Friends screen showing you who you care about enough to stay in touch with.
- An Edit Friend screen where you can:
- Set the Contact Frequency of your friend. Either choose among a set of common options, or just enter the number of days you maximum want to pass between calls.
- Set the Last Date of Contact manually. Useful if you’ve met one of your friend at a party. You’ve touched base. Now let Base Toucher know so it can do it’s job.
- Call Friend. Fine you could dial the number manually, but this is so much more convenient!
- Delete Friend. Of course this just removes the friend from Base Toucher. The underlying Android Contact remains.
- Set the Notification Time. Base Toucher checks up on your list of friends once a day and notifies you through the standard notification bar if (and only if) there are friends who you should call. Since it only checks once a day Base Toucher won’t adversely affect your phone performance.
- Starts at boot-up. In other words, if you restart your phone Base Toucher will still alert you once the Notification Time comes along.
- Ignores calls too short to count. Base Toucher is there to make sure that you stay in touch with your friends and it takes its job seriously. Any call shorter than two minutes will not count as a proper catch-up when it checks if you’ve stayed in touch with your friend.
- Persistent call log. If your techno-phobic auntie accidentally erases your call log, don’t worry. Base Toucher will still remember when you last were in contact with your friends.