Putting someone on loudspeaker doesn’t have to be a frustrating experience anymore, thanks to a little app called SpeakerPhone Ex. No doubt you’ve been in a situation where you’ve had to put someone on speakerphone and have missed a section of the conversation in the time it took you to pull the phone down from your ear, the screen to wake up, and to find that speaker button?

That’s where SpeakerPhone Ex comes in; the app sits in the background and will activate itself during a call to give a ton of options. The main feature is that it will activate and remove the loudspeaker using the proximity sensor on your device. So to activate loudspeaker during a call, just remove the device from your ear.

In addition, SpeakerPhone Ex can auto-answer a call by placing it to your ear, as well as auto-hangup. The basic features, such as auto-answer and auto-speakerphone are free, but the PRO version is required for additional options like the auto-hangup and additional customisation options.

You can grab the free version in the Google Play Store by using the link below.

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  1. Tried this out. The auto-speakerphone features seemed to work fine.

    The auto-answer settings were a bust though. I think b/c on my Moto X (2nd gen, lollipop), an incoming call appears as a pop-up notification (similar to a push notification), instead of opening the app full-screen.

    Great idea though.

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