iDialer is an open-source and finger-friendly dialpad for Windows Mobile PocketPC phones. It’s essentially a clone of the very excellent iPhone dialer, with one major enhancement:
iDialer is also skinnable (for those who don’t like the iPhone look) and works with both VGA and QVGA skins, and in both portrait and landscape mode! It can also be used to simply replace your built-in dialpad, or as a nice interface for your calling cards! The latest version, v0.54, fixes soft-button support for non-touchscreen phones and is the first official open-source version of iDialer.
Download iDialer from your computer or straight to your Windows Mobile phone.
Need help getting started?
Configure iDialer to work with your service.
Give your iDialer a new skin.
iDialer represents many hours of work on my part, and I would like the community to benefit from that work. I would just hope that it inspires others to create something great! Additionally, I’ve placed my code under the GNU GPL V3 license, so that any programs that use my source code will themselves have to be open-source, and the community can benefit even more. See release history on the history page.
For a list of bugs and planned enhancements, see the iDialer issue tracker on Google Code.
Check out the iDialer version history.