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Improve Access to Your Contact Lists

Posted August 3, 2010 at 11:07am by iClarified · 6454 views
Deutsch Creative has released Abracadial 1.0, its flagship app, designed to make it easier for iPhone users to organize and access their contacts. Available at the iTunes store for $0.99

In a connected world, sometimes people have so many contacts they have trouble sorting through them. Abracadial (pronounced abra-kuh-DIAL) enables users to organize and quickly access their contacts. You can group contacts into folders or shortcuts to similar contacts. For example, you can build a shortcut to a group called "softball" and when you click on it, you immediately get the contents of that group, or in this case, all of the parents of your daughter's softball team.

"I needed Abracadial," said Deutsch. "I was unable to find an app for the iPhone that would let me do what I needed; I couldn't place groups within groups; color-code groups or easily create speed-dial buttons; but mostly it took a lot of steps to complete some very simple tasks. After combing through the available apps, I determined I'd have to build it myself."

A few months later, Abracadial is available in the Apple store for iPhone 4.0. "iPhone users need to get to what they want as quickly as they can and in as few steps as possible," Deutsch said. In that way, Abracadial might just be your most important productivity tool. With Abracadial, you can sort your contacts into easily accessible groups with only a few clicks, whether it's a client roster or your favorite pizza places.

Pricing and Availability:
Abracadial 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category.

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pedantic - August 3, 2010 at 12:29pm
Nice App, but .... Abracadial (pronounced abra-kuh-DIAL) I don't think so ! Abracadial (pronounced abra-kah-DIAL) maybe :-)
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