Free Android app offers a text ‘subject line’ for phone calls

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The cell phone era may have made calls more mobile than ever before, but the fact remains that it's still not possible to know what a call is about without answering it. Enter SayWhat, a free new Android app that adds the equivalent of a “subject line” by merging text and voice communication. Launched just a few weeks ago by Israel-based SayWhat Labs, SayWhat allows users to send, accept or reject phone calls with a personal message and an emoticon. Specifically, both caller and recipient can exchange a short message and emoticon as a voice call is being placed. “Similar…

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