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SOFTWARE UPDATE: Vito QuickContact with added functionality
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Monday, 12.05.03 - 21:09:10 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6024x
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Vito Technology updates QuickContact, the fast and efficient contact lookup software that uses the D-pad for single handed operation. QuickContact does away with using the stylus. All that is needed is simply to use the D-pad and hardware buttons to find a contact detail and put your device back into the pocket.

Simply press an assigned button to call the list and enter first letters of searched contact with keypad buttons. Letters in search string appear in alphabetic order according to contact names while the list above displays search results in relevance to entered characters. Press Enter and you will see contact details (link to Contacts, phone number for dialing and for SMS messaging if available, email address).

This helps you to:

  • save your time and avoid routine stylus use;
  • protect touchscreen from scratches, dust and fingerprints;
  • ease your work and experience real joy operating your PocketPC.

VITO QuickContact enables phone number dialing if VITO Dialer is installed. QuickContacts now also enables SMS messaging with the built-in SMS client.

VITO QuickContact is available now for $9.95. A 14-day trial version is also available for download.

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