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CallBar Free iPhone/iPod/iPad [Cydia App-DEB/Source]No interruption on incoming calls!
Don’t let incoming phone or FaceTime calls interrupt what you’re doing on your device any longer. CallBar re-designs the incoming phone and video call interface to allow you to use your device while it’s ringing. Choose to answer, decline, or even dismiss the incoming call depending on your choice. Upon dismissal, the bar will shrink and cover the status bar – a safeguard just in case you choose to pick up the call after all or you accidentally dismissed. You can answer or decline the call from this dismiss view also.
Dismissing the call silences the ring or vibrate, which is done by tapping the banner, hitting the Power button, or pressing the Volume buttons. To re-enable the ring or vibrate, simply tap the banner to bring the banner back up. All the above functionalities are available from the SpringBoard, within any application, and on the lockscreen. You could be texting, updating Twitter, surfing the web, or in the middle of using any application – CallBar allows you to continue what you are doing without interruption and gives you the option to handle the situation with ease.
Compatible for both phone and FaceTime video calls
Supports all iDevices on all firmwares 4.x (including iOS 5, iOS 6)
Settings for CallBar can be found in the
Configure options in Settings app.
CallBar Free iPhone/iPod/iPad [Cydia App-DEB/Source]CallBar Free iPhone/iPod/iPad [Cydia App-DEB/Source]
Video Demo
Installation and Download
- CallBar Free [Cydia Source]
- Available for free in the following sources:
  • SinfuliPhone Source
  • Insanelyi Source
- CallBar Free [Download .deb]
- Added back the ability to choose between Swipe Gestures or Answer/Decline Buttons when answering or declining a call.
- Fixed iOS 6.x not showing call duration in if “Use CallBar for all outgoing calls” was disabled.
-Fixed an issue where CallBar would appear in wrong orientation in an incoming call at the lock screen if the device orientation was locked and the active application’s orientation was other than portrait.


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