Annoyed at having people to call back ?
Get iReDial: ease your life !
• Access to your phone contacts
• Favorites, Recents
• Plan multiple calls at any date and time

iReDial: your new professional secretary

Annoyed at having to keep track of people to call back?
Looking for a secretary to remind you about the important calls to do ?
Looking for a calls scheduler to remind you at the proper date and time ?

Get iReDial and make your life easier.

After all, the iPhone is still a telephone: remember ?
With iReDial all you need to do is type the phone number and set when you want to call.

NOTE: iReDial is NOT an automatic dialer. It simply notifies you of the phone calls you decided to postpone. At the notification, you decide whether to call.

iReDial main features include:
. access to your iPhone contacts
. call delay programmable from 1 minute to whatever time you wish
. select planned calls for Tomorrow, Tomorrow evening, Weekend, the Next week and any other date and time
. all default times for Tomorrow, Tomorrow evening, in the Weekend, the Next week, are user selectable
. favorite contacts folder
. recent calls folder
. handy keypad
. notifications also when the iPhone is on standy
. vibration function
. Split View and Slide Over multitasking mode supported in devices where available

The free version is installed with 10 free dials tokens.
A token is consumed at the time a call is answered.
In the app you can purchase more tokens or the Premium version that removes any need for getting tokens to call. Ever.

iReDial: your new professional secretary !

What’s New

Version 5.7

• Programmable sounds for alerts: one sound for quick alerts, one sound for dated alerts
• Tens of sounds to choose from
• Minimum deployment: iOS 13.0

Ratings and Reviews

1.6 out of 5
166 Ratings

166 Ratings

Jjohnson321 ,


How do you unsubscribe from the app? I can’t find an option anywhere and I don’t want the app anymore.

Marubeary ,


The other reviewer was right. This app should be called Call Reminder at best. They are purposely trying to trick users with this name. Sure they explain that it doesn't redial numbers when you look into the app in more detail, but they are looking to make money by tricking people into thinking this will auto redial. If they were concerned about preventing this issue, they would provide an explanation at the time of purchase for their "coins" or their "unlimited calling". I just wasted $5.99 on a completely useless app that does nothing useful. It is better to just place a reminder on your phone calendar with a note to call someone. That is this apps only function. I was half asleep at the time I was trying to purchase this, so I didn't see the reviews or look into it further when I paid. I'm hoping no one else is tricked by this sneaky joke of a company.

Developer Response ,

Think about it for a minute: would you install an application on your phone that could make a phone call without your intervention? No phone OS is going to let an application do that, and iOS as well. It is always mandatory to ask for the user confirmation. Moreover, you had the option to evaluate for free the app before paying 1 cent. If you purchased the app without testing and better looking into, well, the decision to buy was up to you. It is clearly explained in the App Store the app does NOT make automatic dialling and for sure we do not try to trick anybody as we allow more than 10 delayed calls for free.

TaraD-K ,

Not a redial app

There are no instructions on the app. I bought it because I thought it was an auto dial app, hence the name “iredial”. “iReDial” gives the idea that it does, indeed, dial, then RE-DIAL. I need an app that will redial a number over and over with speed and efficiency when I get a busy signal so I don’t have to keep doing it myself. I thought that’s what I was buying. The description was vague at best. Now I bought something useless to me as I see its not an auto redial system but just a reminder. I don’t need to be reminded to call. I needed something to dial FOR me.

App Privacy

The developer, iStArtApp, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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