There comes a situation, where you are driving your car, with your smartphone connected to the car's stereo system via Bluetooth. There is an option on a stereo system, where you can attend your incoming call or make outgoing call. When the user is making outgoing call, they know, whom they are calling.
But during incoming, you will not be sure whether is it a important call or not. In the middle of the driving, picking up the phone to see the details is too risky and mainly it a distraction.
To keep things safe, there is an Android app called Who's calling, which announces the incoming caller's name or their contact number so users can recognize who's calling. This app is simple to use and here's how:
Step 1: Go to Google Play Store on your Android device
Step 2: Install the app ' Who's calling'
Step 3: Once it's installed, the accessibility setting for this app needs to be enabled. So head on to Android Settings -> Accessibility and turn on Who's Calling.
Step 4: And yes! It's done.
Moreover, in this app, one can set a specific announcement name for a contact rather than the nickname used in your address book.