Monday, April 3, 2017

QuickDial Pro Brings Speed Dial Functionality On iOS 10 iPhone

Those who have jailbroken iOS device have a great chance to get speed dial functionality on iOS 10 iPhone with new jailbreak tweak. The Phone app in iOS comes with a Favorites tab where you can add your frequently contacted people so that you can look them up more quickly rather than going through the entire contacts list. Jailbreak tweak dubbed as QuickDial Pro provides a more simpler method of contacting your favorite people.

How To Get Speed Dial Functionality On iOS 10 iPhone

QuickDial Pro tweak adds a speed dial functionality to the stock Phone app allowing you to assign your favorite contacts to the dial keys. When you 3D Touch or tap and hold on a key assigned to a specific contact, a menu is displayed for calling, messaging, or placing a FaceTime call with that particular contact.

The big advantage of this tweak is that it supports both 3D Touch and non-3D Touch devices. If you don’t own a 3D Touch device, then you can long press on the dial keys to view the shortcut menu. This means you can use QuickDial Pro on any of your pre-iPhone 6s devices, including but not limited to: iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone SE, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, etc. This is really cool.

If you interested in getting speed dial functionality on iOS 10 iPhone then grab QuickDial Pro from Cydia for only $0.99. Once you install the tweak, you can get started by heading to its preferences pane in Settings where you can set the contact number for each of the dial keys. You can add a maximum of ten contacts to your QuickDial Pro roster, so you might want to limit your choices to close family members and friends that you contact the most often.

After you assign your favorite contacts to the dial keys, you can start speed dialing them right away from the Phone app without having to perform a respring.

If you don't want to pay money then you can use a Lite version of this tweak known as QuickDial Lite, which carries fewer features and is available for free from Cydia.