We've all been there - you're talking to a new friend and decide to exchange contact info. As you're searching for your address book app, the conversation continues. Distracted, you open your call app and start looking for a "new" button, but can't find one. At some point your new friend figures you must be ready and starts telling you their phone number. But you are definitely not ready, and ask them to wait just a moment. Perhaps you give up and just call the new number. Or perhaps you've gotten into the new contact page, but now you have to scroll through a bunch of random fields that you never use - photo, company, url. Some people get so frustrated that they hand their phone to their new friend and ask them to add their own info - forcing them to try to figure out a phone that they're unfamiliar with.
SHOULDN'T IT BE SIMPLE?
This is a basic task for anyone with a phone. Why not make it easy? quikly keeps it simple. Just enter one or more of the following and then tap "Save": First, Last, Phone. Your new contact is now saved in the native phone contact list. If you want to add more details later, you can edit it from the Contacts app.
In addition to simplicity, quikly cuts your taps in half. 4 taps to add a new contact instead of 8 with the native contact app. 6 taps to add a contact and call them vs 12 with the native app.
CALL OR TEXT
quikly gives you the option to call or text your new contact after their info has been saved - making it easy to pass your phone number on to them.