257 ratings (3.654 average)
What's new in this version (2.0.1):
Replaced Run Button with double-tap to run
Added Video Chat capable contacts to phonebook
Added earcon to indicate when a phonebook contact is video chat capable
Added support for tapping on screen sides to scroll content
Slide your finger in the direction of the number you want — always starting at 5, you can then go up and to the left for 1, or down and to the right for 9, and so on.
Press Menu to access your Phonebook. Press the Dial button to call.
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Luke Flegg (****)
Would be so great if I didn't always press asterisk or hash
Does not work on Samsung Galaxy S (eg Captivate). Nothing on screen.
This app is keeps force closing everytime i press menu.....
Force closes everytime you hit menu for the phonebook. X10
Jall Kennedy (****)
Droid INCREIBLE..answer to:how to erase ? One down Shake t(bottom side )the phone and the digit will erase..can't call cus I dnt have (call)bottom.
Takes some getting used to but pretty cool.
Sort of like the save image longpress action familiar w. Steel Browser.Dont remove ur finger or tap another area once u get 5, dont lift up just slide
A great example of touchscreen technology for the blind.
Jeffrey I think that it needs alittal. Bit. Of work, but it is. A good. Apparently to start. Of
Nice, maybe not 4 every1, but its fun to dial now, or call a contact without looking @ the phone