Full Screen Caller ID Free for Android lives up to its name with big, bright contact cards, but it goes a little overboard with ads. Of course, there's a paid version that gets rid of those and unlocks some extra features. You can change so many things about the free version, though, that you might not ever need to pay.
Full Screen Caller ID Free for Android fills your entire screen with a picture of your contact whenever they call. Interestingly, it makes the contact card appear whenever they text you, too. This gets a little annoying if you're going back and forth with the same person. Luckily, you can hide any notification with an easy double tap. The app lets you ignore any message and send a "call back later" text with the touch of a button. Just like most of the app's presentation, you can change what that text says from the app's settings menu. You can upgrade to the full version of the app from the same menu. For $5 you can unlock a few extra features and eliminate the program's ads. Since ads hit you in every part of the app--including your contact cards--that might be a worthwhile investment. Either way, the app is a neat way to view your contacts and a welcome change to Android's default caller ID.
It's a saving grace that this app is really customizable and lets you tweak just about any element you want. You might forgive the ads for what you get in return. If not, it's a fairly small price to pay to get rid of them.
Full Screen Caller ID Free for Android shows a full screen image of the person who is calling you. This application displays full screen notification for incoming and outgoing calls and SMS. Picture can be taken from the camera, SD card, or Facebook. You can sync your pictures with Facebook. It provides theme support and video caller ID.
What's new in this version:
Version 6.4.2 has updated settings screens with icons.
Version: Full Screen Caller ID Free for Android 6.4
At this point, none.
I've been using the paid version of this app for a little more than a year. At first, it worked beautifully on my Droid X ... but the last 10 or so updates have been awful. The "Answer" button doesn't always work, and the full-screen image -- the app's entire raison d'etre -- drops off a few seconds into a call (despite the fact that the "Close once answered" box is unchecked). As paid apps go, this one is on the expensive side -- it cost six bucks -- and yet its functionality has just gotten borked over time. Save your money.