BIGDialer For Windows Phone 7
This application is suitable for older people or for someone who has vision problems. Now you can use large numbers when dialing. XDA member lseidman presents BIGDialer for your Windows Phone 7, which allows you to easily view big sleek looking buttons to dial phone numbers without having to squint if you have bad vision. The latest version includes voice dialing.
You can get it for free on the market, and don´t forget to leave your feedback for the developer.
Originally posted by lseidman
Big Dialer allows you to easily make phone calls with the big sleek looking dialpad buttons to dial phone numbers without having to squint!
Now you have the ability to Enable Voice Dialing! This feature allows you to check to enable/disable, so you can hear the buttons you’re pressing as you dial, which is great if you have trouble seeing when you dial as it confirms what digit’s you’re really pressing.
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