How To Take Notes While On The Call On iPhone

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Are you one of those iPhone users who are constantly on calls, may be because your job profile demands so? At times we are in a situation that we have to attend important calls, and take notes while on the call on iPhone, but we don’t find any physical medium like a pen or paper to do so. What appears to be a petty issue actually is one of the major problems some people face these days. What if we told you that now you can take notes while on the call on iPhone? Yes, somebody from the jailbreak community finally gave it a thought and the tweak has been made a reality. What goes by the name CallShare actually lets you take notes using

shortcut gestures on your iPhone while staying on call. The later part of this tutorial will cover the functionality of this tweak, but here is how you can get it on your iPhone in no time.

How To Take Notes While On The Call On iPhone

NOTE: You will require a jailbroken iPhone to be able to use this tweak. In case you haven’t jailbroken your iPhone yet, you can follow our step by step tutorial on how to jailbreak your iPhone running on iOS 7 below. Make sure you take a complete backup of your device before proceeding.

Step 1: On your device’s springboard, navigate to the default Cydia application and tap the Search button on bottom navigation menu to search for CallShare tweak.

The tweak is available under the BigBoss repository for a price of $0.99 USD, but definitely worth the price. Tap on the Install/Purchase button to get it on your iPhone instantly.

Step 2: Once you have installed the tweak, simply navigate to Settings->CallShare to access the preferences page for the tweak. There, you will find an option to invoke the native iOS keyboard when you launch CallShare. We highly recommend you to enable this option so that you could easily and quickly type in your notes.


Step 3: To invoke notepad on calls, simply tap on the persons name on the screen, or the number shown on the screen which will bring out a screen from bottom with options as seen below.

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Tap on Note option to launch notepad and start taking notes. That’s it. The tweak is easy to install and easy to use, while offering a lot of productivity.

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