[Android 2.1+] PixelPhone - Dialer and Contacts

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By PixelRush, Member on 28th August 2014, 03:35 PM
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PixelPhone - Dialer and Contacts
Version: 3.5.2

Last update: 25.08.2014

PixelPhone is a powerful dialer and contact manager

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Key features:
- fully customizable interface
- group actions with contacts (send message; modify photo, ringtone, organization, …)
- fast and smart search by all contacts fields (QWERTY and T9)
- dual SIM device support
- automatic selection of SIM-card based on the rules (phone masks and contacts)
- customizable gestures (swipe left-right to call/message/SIM1/SIM2, …)
- customizable multilangual dialpad with vibra/audible feedback
- merge the call history by date and contact
- speed dial 1-999
- association of favorite contacts into groups for quick dial
- customizable favorite action for contact (call, message, e-mail, locate, …)
- support additional themes and plugins

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Google Play Web:
Google Play Web (7-days trial):

Version: 3.5 - 3.5.3
NEW! Material - Android L theme (10 palette colors in 1 theme)
- New: Themes - Support theme palettes (please update all themes)
- ALL old themes are available for free and renamed (Classic now Glossy, Black now Gothic, Skyblue now Sunshine)
- Some bug fixes...
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File Type: apk pixelphone.3.5.2.apk - [Click for QR Code] (6.75 MB, 135 views)
Last edited by PixelRush; 28th August 2014 at 06:33 PM.
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contacts, dialer, dual sim, speed dial, t9 search

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