Dialer One, T9 Dialer for Android
Android and Windows Mobile have one thing that they do not share, the dialer. The Android dialer is a little harder to use because T9 isn’t pre enabled, but in this new dialer it is. The dialer was developed by myshyak, and he recently made it available for everyone who wants to try it out.
Originally posted by myshyak
Glad to announce release version of Dialer One – multilingual T9 dialer application. Support contact selection from the address books in following languages: EN, RU, DE, HE, RO, PO, CZ, SE, GR, FR, UA, CN.
Localizations so far: English,Russian, Ukrainian
Speed dial ! Also have extended call log.
Support themes( for now-light and dark)+ can use your home background
Works perfectly on my Nexus- have forgotten what is native dialer 😉
Especially for Nexus and other phones w/o dial button- can be placed in notifications permanently for quick access.
Can search in all fields of contacts (takes much longer! in you have a lot of them)
This app is coming from the developer of famous aContacts Yermek Zhumagulov, but now supporting all nice functions added in 2.0 contacts+it is lightweight.Support USSD requests
Available on Android Market
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