Call Your iPhone Contacts Via PhotoDial 1.0

Makyama Software has released PhotoDial 1.0 for the iPhone, which allows you to call your contacts by clicking on desired contacts’ picture. You can also change the order for quick dialing and set the size of the pictures.

The way it works is by having a picture showed for every contact, which you can quickly scroll and click once you found the person you want to call. You can select how many pictures at a time you want to see, and the order which they are displayed.

To get a free tryout, start Installer on your iPhone, press Sources, then Edit, then Add. Next, type; registration is normally US$19.95. If you liked the software, be aware that it costs $14.95 until March, and $19.95 after. So if you like it you should hurry up.

The software works with all languages and all firmwares. It will be available in Apple’s official distribution channel in March and can be downloaded now for “jailbroken” phones. You’ll be automatically notified of free updates via Installer.

The iPhone has either 4 GB or 8 GB of internal flash memory. It cannot be expanded. An increasing number of high-end phones from Motorola, Samsung, LG, Nokia and others have a MicroSD slot that makes it possible to inexpensively add more memory to the device, but the iPhone does not have this capability.

Here comes a question: How much memory do photos take up in the iPhone? It depends on the picture. If it has a lot of color and is very detailed, it will take up more space. If the definition and color is not very vibrant then it will require less space. But don’t worry iPhone give us opportunity to keep a lot of photos there, so we can make lot of calls, as well.



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