The new app uses a unique algorithm, studying the user’s habits to predict their likeliest contacts.
London, UK (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
Dringer, an iPhone app which launches on Apple’s App Store today, promises to change the lives of people who make lots of calls and maintain long contact lists.
How many times have you looked for a contact in the recent calls list, then searched the long lists of favorites and recents until you realized that you have to search it by name in order to locate it? Making calls is one of the primary functions of a mobile device and Dringer wants to eliminate all steps between the user and the people they want to reach.
The application uses a sophisticated, patent-pending technology to pick up the user’s habits and predict the people they would be likeliest to contact, so that they don’t have to maintain long lists or look them up individually. The patent-pending algorithm takes a large number of variables into account and constantly adapts to the user’s preferences.
Should a user actually need to search, Dringer’s dial pad uses the numbers they type combined with their corresponding letters to create combinations and compare them against all stored contact data, such as phone numbers, email addresses and names, in order to find relevant contacts. This way, just 9 keys can quickly lead a user to the contact they want.
For those who are concerned about privacy issues, Dringer doesn’t use any servers. All of the data is processed and stored on the device.
The iPhone app is available in the Apple App Store via the following link:
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