Apple's CallKit lets the ntouch app use the iPhone's native UI (user interface) for incoming calls, just like Apple's own Phone and FaceTime apps do. The CallKit integration lets ntouch calls appear in the iPhone's native Recents calls list, which allow for redialing and adding/editing of contacts or adding a phone number to the iPhone's Favorites list. You can to enable (use) or disable (not use) the CallKit Integration.
With Integrated Calling enabled, incoming ntouch videophone calls will use the iPhone's native incoming call screen even when the ntouch app is running in the foreground or background. The native incoming call screen will:
- Show the type of call (in this case, an "ntouch Video..." call).
- Not include the ntouch app's Self-View Image.
- Include a contact photo if the user has created an iPhone contact (i.e., stored a photo in the iOS Contacts app, not in the Sorenson ntouch app) for the incoming phone number and has added a contact photo to that record.
- Include the "Accept" and "Decline" buttons.
- Show “Slide to answer” button instead of “Accept” and “Decline” buttons when iPhone is locked.
- Tap the ntouch or the video button to open the ntouch app. If a passcode is active, you must enter the code
Turn on Integrated Calling
- Open the ntouch app.
- Tap More.
- Tap Settings.
- Turn on Integrated Calling Enabled.
Show Caller ID from Sorenson's Phonebook
- Open the iPhone's Settings app.
- Tap Phone.
- Tap Call Blocking and Identification.
- Turn on the control next for ntouch.
Did you know
- Pressing the iPhone's power button will end an ntouch call (same as for a voice call).
If you have any questions or issues with this feature, please contact Technical Support and provide this code: ICNAT