June 19, 2010

Vic Mahfood

Yada 6 Family

COST: Free
CATEGORIES: Entertainment, Lifestyle, Native, Utilities
..UPDATED: 6/19/10, VERSION: 2.0 -- RATING: 4 Stars..

Developer Snapshot: "Yet Another Dialer App - Tap and HOLD a pad and select a contact from your address book."

We are all looking for ways to simplify our lives. Particularly when it comes to our iPhones, one tap is better than two! With Yada 6 Family you are able to include an icon on your homescreen which when opened contains 6 mini pads that you may use to place your family members' phone numbers. Once that's done, simply tap once on a pad to immediately dial that person. Some of the great features of Yada 6 Family are as follows:

  • Fully editable from Settings > Yada 6 Family
  • Choose from four default images
  • Enables one tap quick call for up to six contacts
  • Extremely easy to use
  • Adds the default icon if your contact has no photo

So you see, there's really nothing to it. Instead of using up 6 valuable icon spots on your display for speedy one-tap dial, now you can use one icon to house 6 contacts. Works perfect for the family, and Yada also has a similar app available for friends and work. Enjoy quick and easy access to your loved ones with Yada 6 Family.

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires OS 3.0 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip/Tutorials: Yada does not call numbers with special characters in them ("*" or "#", etc).
--Device: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
--Languages: English
--Developer Link: MeachWare
--Twitter Link: @MeachWare
--Facebook Link: N/A

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