Photo Contacts 2.0 is faster, better and more
fully featured than its predecessor and the competition.
Here is a full list of new
features in version 2.0:
Featuring 2 new Photo Caller ID modes (SIMPLE mode displays a smaller photo,
THEMED mode displays a medium sized photo)
Awesome new photo adjust engine lets you crop and adjust contact photographs
on the Smartphone
Photo image browser lets you easily assign photos to contacts on the phone
(great for camera phones). SmartName is still the
preferred option for assigning many contact photos at once.
SMS/MMS/Email support facilitates easy message sending through Photo Contacts
Contact photos can now be sent via MMS, Email and Infrared (via PhotoBeam)
Caller ID Name Override feature fixes the Caller ID bug in US based
Smartphones (i600, MPx200)
more about this...
Option to enable continuous ring-tones
Ability to sort contacts by Company Name
Photo ZOOM feature (just press * to display a large photograph of the selected
Incoming Call forwarding info is shown in Themed Photo Caller ID (support
varies by network)
Enhanced call dialog remembers the last selected number for each contact for
Automatic auto-run at startup loads Photo Contacts in the background
Enhanced support for memory cards
Performance improvements across the board (everything is faster!)
Photo Contacts 2.0 has been Microsoft Logo Certified and is compatible with all Windows Mobile
Smartphone 2002 and 2003 devices.
a few screenshots of Photo Contacts 2.0:
Browsing, viewing and sending contacts and photos...
Assigning and Adjusting photographs...
Two new Photo Caller ID modes...
Caller ID Name Override feature fixes Caller ID problems by displaying the name
of the caller during an incoming call...
"Photo Contacts was a great app in
1.0 and now it looks like a must-have for American users. To make the deal even
better, 2.0 is a free upgrade for anyone who purchased the previous version!" -
Read More (source: SmartphoneThoughts.com)
"One of the key things that kept a PocketPC in my pocket every
day after I bought my MPx200 was that I couldn't keep all 693 of
my contacts on my phone and still see caller ID. I guess I don't
really need caller ID but I like caller ID, I like it a lot.
There is a underlying problem with the software in the MPx200 and
the i600 that if you have more than around 200 numbers in your
phone you will never see the name pop up on the caller ID screen.
This drove me crazy......I think I would call Photo Contacts 2.0 a
must have app, this is one that I won't remove right after the
review...." - Read
More (source: mpx200.org)
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