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Old 09-03-2010, 11:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Would love to see - Photo Speed Dial Pages

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I have a touchscreen Blackberry Torch through AT&T

What I really would love to see is a configurable photo speed dial app, similar to what I is offered with the Mobile Shell interface (for windows operating system phones). The mobile shell one is really incredible and integrates with the call list screen as well.

It really was great to simply pull up one page that had 16 images on it and just touch the image I wanted and that person was called. Looked like this -




I did not have the big one in the middle - just 16 images (all the same size) with faces for the people. You could create multiple photo speed dial pages for your contacts and just scroll through the pages with the touchscreen (like scrolling through pictures). I Set up one speed dial page for work (all work related pictures), another speed dial page for personal, etc.

This would be INCREDIBLY usefull on the Blackberry Torch or other blackberry models with touch screen.

Thank you in advance to any thoughts on something like this.
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back n the day their waz one callled facedial i think
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