Below are comparisons between EasyDialer 1.4 and 1.5
Suppose there is a dialing card:
And suppose there is a contact "John", its number: 555-5555W111 (W means wait, 111 is extension number).
In EasyDialer 1.4, which doesn't support dialing extension# and neat call log, the result is:
1. When service number is connected, 555-5555W111 is dialed. The service provider may either consider it an invalid number, or extension 111 is dialed before destination number is connected. You may have to manually dial extension number, even have to change your contact number in address book.
2. When call is finished, a call log shows you called calling card service number 1234567.
In EasyDialer 1.5, the result is:
1. When service number is connected, 555-5555 is dialed first. When destination# is connected, a dialog pops up to ask you to continue dialing extension number.
2. When call is finished, a call log shows you called "John", rather than service number. You can re-dial the contact from call log screen.
I believe these improvements are very helpful.
Last edited by williamxi : 04-25-2009 at 02:06 PM.