Samuel Tardieu @

Harass Me

Do not miss another important call on your Android phone

Are you tired of missing extra-urgent calls because you forgot to switch your phone off silent mode? If you do, Harass Me is for you. This Android application will turn the volume on if the same number tries to call you 3 times in 3 minutes (configurable).

HarassMe screenshot

Harass Me is available on Google Play and can be installed directly from your device (for free). You can also scan the QR code below to be taken to the appropriate Google Play page.

Since version 1.4, Harass Me handled an urgent call as what it really is: an alarm. No more volume settings, the default ringtone with the alarm volume settings will be used automatically instead. I hate feature bloat, and anyone unhappy with the application simplicity can fork it and publish an alternative.

Privacy policy

In order to determine who is calling you, Harass Me needs to check your call log. Nothing is ever transmitted to anyone about those sensitive informations. Harass Me does not even use the network at all, everything happens right on your device.


The icon for Harass Me comes from this free library, and the larger icon has been designed by Michele Harper.

Harass Me artwork by Michele Harper

Getting Harass Me

You can get the current development version of Harass Me using git:
git clone
This will create a harassme directory in which you will be able to record your own changes. You can also browse the Harass Me repository on GitHub.

Contributing to Harass Me

Reporting bugs and asking for features

If you find a bug or have an idea for a new feature, you might consider adding a new issue. The more precise you will be in your description, the more useful it will be.

Submitting patches

Patches are gladly accepted from their original author. Along with any patches, please state that the patch is your original work and that you license the work to the Harass Me project under a license compatible with the current one (GPL).

To propose a patch, you may fork the Harass Me repository on GitHub, and issue a pull request. You may also send patches and pull requests by email.