By the creators of http://www.liveWants.com Pick a contact and set or create a unique vibration pattern – it's that easy!
You can now create your own personalized ViBe patterns through the custom ViBe feature - just draw something on the screen!. ViBe notifications also work with SMS & MMS text messages. You'll feel who's texting you without having to look down at your phone! Compatible with Handcent, GO SMS Pro. We're looking into making ViBe compatible with Instagram, Gmail, Facebook, and Twitter notifications.
Got more questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions: http://base2apps.com/vibe/faq
Feel who’s calling and texting you. “Vibe” is like Caller ID but with Vibration Patterns.
Instructions are just a few words:
1. Choose a Contact
2. Set / create a vibration pulse for that contact
Whether you’re in an office meeting, class, at a bar or on a movie date, there’s no need to pull out your phone anymore to see who’s calling because you’ll feel it. If ringtones can be customized to help you recognize a contact, why not let your phone’s vibrations indicate who’s on the other end of the line? Now you can tell your friends what ViBe you've set them as.
Users can select from 12 distinct ViBes or unlock the custom ViBe feature to create your own and assign them to contacts. ViBe allows the user to know who is calling without looking at the phone, a feature that has merit in numerous situations (professional, private, social).
Android Widget: Toggle ViBe on or off for calls and texts or to enter silent mode.
*ViBe can be used as an accessibility tool for disabled individuals, most notably the deaf and blind. We're passionate about deaf advocacy.
Go ahead! Feel the heartbeat pulse and then create your own personalized tracks. The ViBe creation tracker screen follows your touch pressure and range sensitive taps. Track it on your own and monitor the different touch beats by tapping to make a pulse.
ViBe is compatible with your Facebook and Android contacts. Check out the app that has been reviewed favorable by CNET, Android RunDown, Telegraph UK, and Android Police!
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