Politely ignore your calls and set your status to away with Talk to You Later

Talk to you Later
By Jared DiPane on 24 Mar 2012 10:09 am EDT

With busy schedules it can be very hard to manage your daily phone calls without appearing to be rude or ignoring the people who are trying to contact you. Whether in a meeting, on a flight, or just spending some time with the family everyone needs some time to be able to put down their phone, and live life a little. Talk to You Later is a new application from the folks at i-Mentalist, and while basic in concept it is a very useful application. 

The idea behind the application is to allow you to respond to phone calls without having to actually answer them which is a huge convenience for many of us. Once setting Talk to You Later up you will have the option to have an autoresponder on that will respond to any missed call with a message, which is perfect for times when you are in a meeting, or spending time with the family or any other time you are not with your phone. In addition they have included the ability to send a message from a pre-definted list after ignoring a call, so if you are running short on time and just can't take the call you can let them know with a simple click of a button. 

Beyond being able to monitor your calls on the go, you can take it one step further and create a junk list to prevent the phone from even ringing when those numbers call. Setting the junk list up can be done from either the call log or address book, and only takes a few simple clicks. For only 99 cents, this application is definitely something that many people will find a great deal of value in. Be sure to hit the link below and grab a copy for yourself.

More information and to purchase Talk to You Later



That's pretty cool. Can't wait for the Blade though. Kevin, you need to push the Blade's case!!!


I'm not sure how this is any different from the Voice Mail message most of us already use - 'I'm sorry I can't take your call now......' Also, you can set up a 'blank' or empty ring tone for callers you don't want to hear from. In essence your own Junk List. And you don't have to pay anything.....But I will check it out.


Hi Coyote46! please check this video to see all the features of this app please: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTXl6uIngYY

We've also included sending PIN message so you dont need to send SMS to other BB users. there is feature not just to add caller to junk list but app will remove it from call logs also.

this app includes history so you'll know who got message from you.

there is Import / Export feature so you dont have to rewrite all the messages when updating OS or you nuke your BB.

No... im not finished yet... there is also Social Networks connection so when enabling AUTORESPONDER app will post to BBM, Twitter and Facebook status (if you set it to) so that your friends will know you are not available.

and that's still not all... but for all features maybe you should check our website.

IMHO i really think this app is worth .99... and i really think its something our devs did very well job with!


@Coyote46! please check this video to see all the features of this app please: http://youtu.be/pTXl6uIngYY

- sending PIN instead of SMS
- History
- Import / Export
- Social Networks connection so when enabling autoresponder app will post to BBM, Twitter and FB so your friends will know you are not available.

For all features maybe you should check our website.


This appears to be a useful app. There is a free trial version if your unsure of its usefulness.

Add: Just downloaded the free version and it is so feature limited that I have no idea what it can do. It would be better if the company provided a full feature time limited version. I may still purchase the app as it is only $1.


So the review says it sends a message to whoever is calling - is it a text message? If it is, it won't work with someone that is calling from one of those old fashioned land lines.

"have an autoresponder on that will respond to any missed call with a message"


It replies with sms or PIN no matter what number is calling you. but you are very welcome to post this as future update idea on our support forum so we can include on-device voice call responder.


Thanks for the response but kinda silly to send a text or pin message to a land line number - but I understand the app can't distinguish between a cell and land line number.

So in effect, if a land line calls, the caller will never get a notification from this app.......