Here is a More Than Awesome Way to Manage and Contact all Your Friends And Acquaintances (Video)

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  • 19 Feb 2014
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  • Having to manage a very large list containing all our contacts seems like a lot of wasted time. Then comes the communication style. With so many online and offline services available, picking the desired form represents yet another time wasting task. That is where the app by developer Daniele Orlando comes in. It is an impressive way – that is to say the least – to quickly manage and contact anyone in your lists.

    PureContact

    Imagine a sort of a launcher offering your contacts in a grid style form. Then go forward and think of all the features such an app would require. That is what PureContact does but hardly not only that. For every one contact yo can set a gesture that opens a way of communication. Swipe right and you’ve got Messenger. Swipe left to SMS or call. Now that is one app not to be missed. And that’s not all.

    When it comes to customization the developer of PureContact has really thought of everything. As I said you can change the grid size but also the theme. And in this case there are a lot to choose from. Then you have the possibility to place widgets on the homescreen for every one of your favorite people you communicate with most often. PureContact comes in a free form but there is also the option to purchase PureContact+ and benefit from even more features. It is an app worth giving a try.

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