Dial’em All Searches Contacts And Apps

Dial’em All Searches Contacts And Apps

Android: Your Android device is filled with apps and contacts. To reach them faster and in one window, Dial’em All gives you a simple T9 keypad.

There are T9 launchers like AppDialer and T9 speed diallers like Dialer One, but Dial’em All combines them into one app and one window. When you type anything, the results pane is divided into three: contacts, apps and a regular number dialler. It’s everything in one window.

The T9 search works well and gets what you are trying to say in most instances. One annoying thing about the contact search is that it shows each field of a contact as a separate entry — so you will have a contact showing up in multiple entries, one for the phone number, another for the email, and so on.

Still, Dial’em All works fast and doesn’t make you switch between different modes to launch an app or a contact or just dial a number, so it’s worth downloading. The free version has ads; if you want to remove those, you can pay $2.13 for Dial’em All Pro.

Dial’em All (Free) [Google Play Store via XDA Developers Forum]

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