From what I see, Android 4.x (nor Sense) has no built-in feature for missed calls and other notifications to continuously remind you until you take action on them. I've used the third-party Missed Call app in the past on 2.1-2.3, so what else is everyone using in 4.x now? Anything better?
Not sure if it works under ICS, but I use a program called Missed Call on Gingerbread, and it does everything I need it to do. In spite of the name, it also alerts for SMS, Calendar events, and much more.
That is what I used on my Droid1, and it fit the bill. It is no longer available on the app store at all though, so I don't think it is 4.x compatible. I ended up buying Missed Call Deluxe, and I think I may like it even more.
I've been using NoLed. It's works pretty well for me and I can set the alerts interval from every 30 seconds or so to every 5 minutes, or whatever. And I can use custom ringtones for different emails addresses and contacts.
I recently picked up a Samsung Galaxy S DUOS with an ICS operatiing system. I was surprised not to find a way to set up missed call and text message alerts. I've grown dependent on that feature on my prior Motorola phone.
Does anyone know if this feature has been added to any of the updates to ICS or possibly a Jelly Bean upgrade?