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From Sascha Lange:
If you agree to the favorites being not enough to replace the real speed-dial buttons of your older phone, MoMPF ExpressDial is the right app for you. MoMPF ExpressDial gives you real one-touch dialing for your most important number. The app puts a green icon labeled with a big "1" that you can easily configure to a specific phone number. Like a bookmark the app dials that number as soon as you touch the icon. Furthermore, we provide one separately downloadable button extending MoMPF Express Dial (see below). This extension is free of charge. Features:
- one-touch dialing of an associated phone number
- easy configuration using a new tab in the iPhone's settings
- phone number can be easily changed
- displays the approximate duration of the call (feature only available on iOS < 3.1)
- developed and tested on iOS 4.0.x, but still works on older iOS versions (starting from 3.0) Known issues:
- ExpressDial does not work properly for numbers including a '*' or '#'. These special chars are prohibited by Apple. As a special goody for supporters of MoMPF ExpressDial, we offer a separately downloadable app extending this app to more than one speed-dial button: - free green button "2" (MoMPF ExpressDial Extension: 2, on the App Store) Due to frequent requests:
It's only possible to display the duration of the call on phones with iOS prior to version 3.1, as later versions do not return to the App after ending the call. Unfortunately, there is no way for a developer to change this behavior.
Note: If you're using ExpressDial without any issues (especially on iOS prior to version 3.1), please read carefully before considering an update. In any case, don't update when using iOS 2! This update resolves several incompatibilities of ExpressDial with newer iOS versions up to iOS 4.0.x. It took a while to figure out a solution for all the different behaviors of the different iOS versions, but now all issues that have been reported by users should be solved. As part of the solution, if there's an iOS 3.1 or newer on your phone, ExpressDial will no longer display the duration of a call, since a correct display after ending the call is no longer possible. This is not a specific problem of ExpressDial, but a principle change in the behavior of iOS from version 3.1, that no longer returns to the initiating App after ending a call. Here is the complete list of changes and fixes:
- Several incompatibilities with iOS 3.1 and later have been resolved. Tested on all iOS versions from 3.0 to 4.0.x.
- On iOS 3.0.x ExpressDial will display the approximate length of the call. On all later iOS versions ExpressDial will NOT display the approximate length of the call.
- The switch to turn on and off displaying the length of the call manually has been removed from the settings.
- Improved the detection of the end of the phone call on iOS 3.0.x. This should resolve the error where under some circumstances ExpressDial needed two touches to call a number on these OSs. Thanks for your patience and for all your helpful contributions. I expect this update to fix all reported issues. If you still notice a glitch for your combination of device and iOS version, please let me know by sending some feedback specifying the error and the exact versions of your OS and device. Thx!