The slick replacement for your aging and creaking Windows Mobile contact list but at a price.
Touch Contact Review
by on March 13, 2010
It’s a venerable project to undertake, the basic Windows Mobile contacts were, as is most of the interface, designed to be used and accessed with a stylus.
It probably seemed like a great design-choice at the time but all these years of that folly stills shackles every device. So a contact system that drops in as a replacement and is designed to be finger-friendly from the word go can’t be bad, can it?
We certainly like Touch Contact, it installs and just works, picking up your existing contacts, sitting happily between them and your phone and email. It’s also configurable enabling you to choose different third-party apps for many contact-based activities such as IM and texting.
It’ll log recent calls and list all of these. It’s also flexible enough that you can launch individual programs and weblinks from within it. But despite all of its polish it’s only worth paying for if you despise you existing contact system, which frankly we don’t.
Buy this app: Download the Touch Contact app now
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