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Picture Dial – Dial Friends & More Using Pictures

In an interesting twist from their PictureID application Toysoft has released Picture Dial. It is essentially a customizable speed-dial application based on pictures. It lets you dial a contact, send an SMS/email, or browse a website just by clicking pictures. There does seem to be a trial available and you can pick it up for a $5.95 at this link.

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Product description:

Dial contact, send SMS and browse website using picture ids.  No need to remember phone numbers again or what the person looks like.  Just snap the picture with the camera application or use any GIF, PNG or JPG picture and use it in Picture Dial. Not only can you dial contacts but you can also send SMS, Email and browse contact website. 


  • Supports Small and Large picture ids
  • Supports PNG, GIF and JPG pictures
  • Supports Internal and SD card  memory
  • Supports Contact lookup when creating new Picture Dials
  • Import Contacts
  • Send SMS and Email
  • Browse contact website
  • Edit and crop picture
  • Custom color for contact labeling
  • Very easy to use

Note: Assign PictureDial to the left or right side  convenience button for quick access.  Go to the Options application and select Screen/Keyboard to assign it.

6 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Does anyone know where berry-a-code can be downloaded ota? I have been looking for months with no luck…thanks!

  2. I think this programs really cool nobody else thinks so?

  3. I’ve downloaded it but havent had a real chance to play with it.
    I actually thought this would integrate with the current contacts, but you have to input them seperately- thats what made me loose interest.
    Maybe when I have a couple of HOURS on my hands, I’ll do that; but I dont see it happening any time soon.

  4. you can import all your contacts if it isnt huge.
    picture dial will get the home, office and mobile numbers and the picture for the contact or you can manually add contacts that you talk to regularly. so myself i only have 2 pages of picID speed dials. you wouldnt want to add contacts that you only talk to once a month.

  5. Thanks smiley! I’ll have to try that out.

  6. I love the program, but now that i have os 4.5 (curve), it won’t connect to websites. does anyone know how to fix this, it is driving me crazy! Please help.
    thanks, kelly

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