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exDialer: MIUI Styled Dialer for those Without
The most useful part of MIUI is by far the dialer, although without a MIUI ROM you’ll never experience it. XDA Member email@example.com has decided to bring that piece of the pie to the rest of the world with his latest application, exDialer.
exDialer takes all of the amazing functionality built into the MIUI dialer and expands upon it, while incorporating it into a standalone application. The app is:
•Extra light weight, and smooth
•Contact groups/favorites manager
•T9 contact/calllog filter, which support Latin/Chinese/Russian/Hangul/Greek/Persian
•Contacts list quick filter, support words/phonetic/hybrid
•Contacts first alphabet quick scroll
•Calllogs group by contact
•Swipe contact left/right to SMS/call
•Various themes available
The dialer also support T9 in:
The application also supports non-T9 in 25+ languages, so head on over to the device thread here and who your device some stylish love.
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