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no no.

A standard account receives the messages to the browser in full (not just notifying), and can also send messages through the browser. They do not emphasize it so well on the feature page, but that's the way it is.

The limitations of a regular free account are: Option to send only up to 25 messages per day, One at a time.

I'm still using the standard account and not the premium, for a few months already.

By the way, in the first 30 days of use you get your Premium Account for free.

Other things that happen to ordinary liars, but according to their site, it may be implied that there are only Premium accounts: encrypted traffic, no advertisements.

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I use PhoneDeck, completely free and work with a web interface.

It has many more options, and extensions for all browsers.

When you have an incoming or outgoing call, it bounces a little neutification (through the browser plug-in), and you can see who is calling, answering and disconnecting, seeing the duration of a call, etc.

You can manage contacts, see a call log, and so on.

www.phonedeck.com

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I use PhoneDeck, completely free and work with a web interface.

It has many more options, and extensions for all browsers.

When you have an incoming or outgoing call, it bounces a little neutification (through the browser plug-in), and you can see who is calling, answering and disconnecting, seeing the duration of a call, etc.

You can manage contacts, see a call log, and so on.

www.phonedeck.com

It looks cool, especially the part of managing the contacts through the computer (for years I've been looking for something like this) and the statistics, assuming he can read all the information from the phone and not just relate to what was sent / received through the interface of the software itself.

Editing: I see that he collects everything including retroactive - excellent :)

The only drawback: there is only a chrome supplement, Not Firefox :(

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And further to the previous message, AirDroid is a software that does almost the same thing - controlled via wifi rather than in the "cloud".

It's about two With slightly different approaches. The first one (PhoneDeck) runs in the cloud and is always synchronized with the phone, and the second connects directly to the computer and allows you to "control the phone" literally including nice options like easy viewing / transferring files, direct control of the phone screen! On the other hand, I did not see that she was presenting the statistics that exist at Phonedeck.

In short, both applications are installed and live in parallel with each other :)

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If I'm not mistaken, PHONEDECK can actually do anything even if you do not have your laptop, right?

As long as it is connected to the network with 3G or WIFI even in a remote place there is no problem ...

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