An intriguing new startup rising since it was displayed at TechCrunch 50 in the startup war zone last year is Phonedeck. Successfully, it's made the cloud-based work area for the cell phone. That implies it can follow your active SMS content yet in addition to log calls (however not content). The outcome? An abrupt acknowledgment of you who call, how long for, and a ton of different information that was beforehand imperceptible. I review MG Seigler composing that the telephone directory stayed the last mile into long-range interpersonal communication. Well, Phonedeck may be the scaffold across that last mile and it dispatches into public beta today from Google Play for Android handsets.
At this moment Phonedeck is an Android application, and furthermore accessible for Nokia s40 telephones. Also, iPhone and Win7 rendition are in the line.
Clients can organize and store all of their telephone contacts, oversee SMS action, screen use measurements, and more from an internet browser.
Telephone contacts are transferred to Phonedeck's SSL scrambled cloud servers where they can be seen and altered in Facebook-like style, with all changes adjusted to the host telephone. SMS can be made, sent, and got from a distance, while you can see your most-reached individuals, the number of calls, and messages sent in a picked time span. In view of a Freemium model, you get additional elements by buying in.
It's made the cloud-based work area for the cell phoneFeatures: