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Q&A Regarding Fake-A-Call for Android

We think 2010 is the year of the Android and are working to port our numerous iPhone titles to the Android platform. We just released a fun Thanksgiving app, Thanksgiving Turkey Calls, and plan to have many more titles out there in the coming months.


Excelltech Keeps iPhone Users Singing this Holiday

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) December 4, 2009 -- The recently released Christmas Carol Lyrics application displays the words to 22 seasonal favorites such as Deck the Halls, Joy to the World, and Jingle Bells. Users can scroll through each verse and sing along as the application plays classic organ renditions of the tune. Whether caroling the neighborhood or driving to Grandma’s house it’s the perfect application for spreading on-the-go Christmas cheer.


Slap App reviews Wake Up Now? - Alarm Clock

The new Wake Up Now? – Alarm Clock app, by Excelltech Inc., tells you what time it is and how much time you have left before your alarm goes off just by making a noise; any noise.  In addition it lets you set your alarm to your favorite iPod tunes so you can wake up feeling money and not like a shaky leaf.


Fake-A-Call Saves Two Million from Awkward Situations

[] Yankton, South Dakota - The free Fake-A-Call application from Excelltech Mobile, allows users to activate a fake phone call immediately or at a preset time. It can be used as an excuse to get out of uneasy situations or simply trick friends with its realistic conversations.


Phone Smart - Fake-Call, Fake-Text Apps for April Fools' Day -

Fake-A-Call is basic and easy to use, allowing you to select a caller from your contacts or type a new one, and choose a time for the phone to ring. If you have a tough time faking a conversation, it will also play a scripted dialogue from a boss, a child or a friend in need of help. (“I had a little too much to drink, got in my car and, well, this is my one call from the Big House.”)


Excelltech's New iPhone Alarm Clock App Announces Time When Asked

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 23, 2010 -- The recently released 'Wake Up Now? - Alarm Clock' application for iPhone and iPod Touch aims to help light sleepers get a good nights rest. The first thing one thinks when awaking before the alarm sounds is, "How much longer till the alarm?". Answering this question used to require turning ones head and squinting at the clock. Now, groggy risers simply need to give an audible grunt to get the answer they seek.


Cured by the Cause: iPhone App Relieves Ear Ringing with Noise

[] Yankton, South Dakota - Listening to music on an iPod at high volumes can cause a nagging ring in the ears ('tinnitus'). Instead of taking the ear-buds off and waiting it out, tinnitus sufferers can now squelch the phantom noise by listening to the tinnitus treatment provided by Excelltech's Ringing Relief.


The 33 News: 'Wake up Now' Alarm App Announces Time When Asked,0,195912.story

With this brand new application, there's no need to turn your head and squint at the clock anymore if you wake up before your alarm.

Just ask this app out loud, and it will announce the time, and how much longer you have until the alarm will go off.


The 33 News: App of the Week: Fake-a-Call,0,4691415.story

If you need an excuse to leave a meeting or end an awkward date - let your phone rescue you!

The 'Fake-A-Call' iPhone application lets you act out a call which sounds and looks real to bystanders.

The application offers 9 different oices of fictitious callers to listen to.All you do is talk along.


Why Do I Need That? - Fake-A-Text

Alistair tells you exactly why you need Excelltech's Fake-A-Text app in this episode of the hit gadget review series 'Why Do I Need That?'.


Talk to the Dead? There's an App for That

Excelltech's Paranormal Recorder for iOS uses the raw magnetic data from the device's digital compass to trigger audio recording, revolutionizing the hunt for ghostly communications.


Talk to the Dead? There's an App for That


Talk to the Dead? There's an App for That


Create a Congressional Scandal with Fake-A-Message

Minneapolis, Minnesota - Incoming text messages are not always as they appear. It may pay to verify that the text message that your coworker just received from the boss is truly from your boss before you start scrubbing the toilets on its order. A new iPhone application, Fake-A-Message 2.0 now allows users to set up fake text messages which they will later receive.


Excelltech Brings Paranormal Recorder to Android

The top selling paranormal investigative app for iOS, Paranormal Recorder, is now available for Android devices. The app works on the premise that paranormal phenomenon is associated with abnormal electromagnetic fields. To capture audio likely to contain paranormal communications, Paranormal Recorder uses the magnetic compass found in smart phones to monitor electromagnetic fields and to trigger recordings only when abnormal readings are detected.