Ranking - Productivity (iPhone)
phonetrait - Your Personal Smart Dialer by Paul Steinhilber
There is no longer the need to manage your 'favorites', phonetrait will do this for you now!
The top three contacts will be your three most called contacts. The other contacts will be your most recent called contacts. However, you can of course add 'favorites' yourself, which will always be visible. If you want phonetrait even shows you some random contacts from your address book.
CALL, FACETIME, TEXT MESSAGE, EMAIL, TWITTER
If you tap on one of your contacts' picture, phonetrait will show you an overview for this contact, where you are able to initiate a phone call or a FaceTime call. You can also send a text message (iMessage if supported) or an email. Sending Tweets or Direct Messages on Twitter is also supported.
By showing you the contact pictures it is easier to recognize a contact at a glance. Phonetrait tries to get a picture for every contact by using the Facebook and Twitter account data from the address book. If no picture is available phonetrait shows one of various beautiful default pictures in one of four different colors, making it even possible to quickly distinguish between contacts without picture.
NOTES, ADDRESSES, WEBSITES, PHOTOS
You can even view your contacts notes, addresses, websites and photos within phonetrait.
LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, NICKNAME
In the settings app on your phone you can change if phonetrait should show the first name, last name or nickname. If the option 'nickname' is chosen phonetrait will show the first or last name, depending on the settings, if there is no nickname for this contact available. In the settings you can also change if the last row should show random contacts or not. Additionally, you'll be able to chose wether phonetrait should prefer the address book images or the profile pictures from Twitter or Facebook.
ADDRESS BOOK INTEGRATION
If the contact you need to call is not in your top three, in your recent calls or in the random contacts, you can access your full address book with just one tap.
For additional information visit apps.paulsteinhilber.de/phonetrait or follow @phonetrait on Twitter.
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