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Call VIP for Mac1.1

29 July 2010

Directly connect to your most important person.

What is Call VIP for Mac

Call VIP is your direct connection to your most important person. Just tap the red telephone and you are in contact with the person who saves your life or your favorite pizza delivery sevice. Of course you can select just any number from your adressbook or use a top secret number not stored anywhere else than in your Call VIP application.

On the first start of the application you set up your VIP number. To change the stored number just go to your iPhone settings hit reset and launch Call VIP again.

No more stumbling through your adressbook searching for your VIP.

What's new in Call VIP

Version 1.1:
  • Added the possibility to turn on a confirmation dialog before actually making the call, just like it used to be with iPhone Os3.0.
  • Now you have the choice wether to get a real fast speed dial to your VIP or playing it safe to avoid accidental calls.
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Sep 9 2009
Sep 9 2009
Version: 1.0
This is quite a nice app. Does exactly what it says. However, the red telephone reminds me of the 80s. Maybe i can change the language in the next version.
App requirements: 
  • This app is only available for iOS devices
  • Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later*Previously available here
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