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Fast Dialer, a Decent Dialer for Android Updated
For those who are not satisfied with the dialer on Android devices, this could be of your interest. XDA member eirh presents fast_dialer a multi language dialer with fast search through contacts by number or name. Updated version features speed dialing, UI optimization, adjustable of the hide/show dial-pad gesture function and direct registration option. Also this application supports two search alphabets modes: Latin and one of the following: Greek, Hebrew, Arabic or Cyrillic.
Working on all Android versions
Originally posted by eirh
[APP][v.2.1.1] A decent dialer
Since switching to Android from WinMo I was so badly missing a decent dialer, that I made my own. It enables dialing and fast search through contacts by number or name, and enables search in two different alphabets:
Latin (supports all european latin-based languages) and
One of the following: Greek, Hebrew, Arabic or Cyrillic (Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian and Macedonian) currently implemented.
For Android 1.5 and above
I’d appreciate to hear your feedback.
Correction of the Russian translation
Speed dialing (not on all devices)
Adjustability of the hide/show dialpad gesture function
Direct registration option
Ordering of contacts / results is selectable. The default is by the time of last call.
Display time of last call for all contacts.
Mark the starred contacts
Wildcard search mode
Search through all numbers
Translation in Polish
Continue to the application thread here.
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