Spoke Phone integrates with both Apple's and Android's native call handling modules. These call handling modules define how Spoke Phone calls work and interact with all Bluetooth devices.
Controlling the experience
These call manager modules exist to control how third-party calling apps (like Spoke Phone) work, look and feel. It's all about giving you (the user) a consistent experience when answering and making calls, including calls on Bluetooth devices.
Generally, whatever Bluetooth devices work with your normal phone calls, these should work with Spoke Phone.
Generally, how Bluetooth devices work with your normal phone calls, these should work the same with Spoke Phone calls.
Generally, how music, other incoming calls, and other apps interact with your normal phone calls, these should work the same with Spoke Phone calls.
When things are not the same
However, there are rare occasions when Spoke Phone calls and experiences can be different than expected. Every operating system update Apple and Google release brings changes to how your phone works, and how third-party apps like Spoke Phone are allowed to interact with your phone.
You may have an iPhone 10 on the latest operating system and another staff member may have an iPhone XS on the same operating system. Spoke Phone's call experience may work slightly differently on each phone. If you're an Android user you can be on the same make and model phone, with the same Android operating system as your friend, yet the Spoke Phone call experience may work slightly differently. This is because Android allows telecommunication companies to change the way Android works. The same Android phone from the same telecommunication company on the same operating system can work differently in July than one they released in February.
As Apple and Google update their operating systems, your Spoke Phone call experience may change. Usually, things get better.