If you have used or tested the Samsung Galaxy S4, you may know the feature Air Call Accept that allows you to accept calls without touching the phone. If you do not have top of the range Samsung phone just be envious: this function can now be imported even on your Android smartphone. Air Call Accept is a new Android app that allows you to answer the phone without touching it. You can simply pass the buck on the phone to accept the call.
Using the proximity sensor of the phone, the device detects when the hand passes over the screen or when you place the phone to your ear. So when you receive a call on your phone, you can simply wave his hand over the phone to accept it.
So what is the real purpose of the app? The app is especially useful for those who are often receive calls while driving (with a Bluetooth headset, I recommend!). In fact it avoids tinkering with the phone trying to press the correct button, allowing you to focus only on the road. You just need to quickly move a hand to receive the call.
The app has a paid version that also allows you to reject calls and turn on the speakerphone when you receive the call.
Among the features it offers:
Answer the call by gesture
Reject calls via gesture (paid version only)
Turn on the speakerphone through gesture (paid version only)
Automatic sending a text message when you reject a call (paid version only)
Here is a small demonstration of the app in action: