Quick Fav Dial - Smart Dialer 4+

manage fast contact favorites

Klaus Schöffmann

    • 4.5 • 416 Ratings
    • $4.99

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This unique app brings the simple and efficient speed dialing feature of old mobile phones to your iPhone! But it's even much better: assign your favorite iPhone contacts to positions (1-50) for quick dialing (or FaceTime), emailing, or texting (SMS/iMessage or WhatsApp)! The assigned contacts will be shown by photo or name (or by nickname) on a rotatable 3D area and can be called with a single tap.

1x tap to call contact.
2x tap to text (SMS/iMessage).
3x tap to WhatsApp.
4x tap to email.
5x tap to FaceTime.
Or simply do a long press on a contact and select the corresponding action.

This app reuses the contacts already stored on your iPhone, so that you do not have to enter phone numbers or email addresses again! Just assign a contact to a position and everything works automatically like a charm! If you change your contacts later, the app will automatically use the new data!

**IMPORTANT**: Due to this feature, Quick Fav Dial needs access to your contacts! If you don't grant access on the first startup, the app will not work properly and permanently forget all assignments after restart (you can resolve this issue in the Privacy settings of your iPhone later)!

The horizontal 3D scrolling enables fast horizontal browsing through the positions.

The app supports many different designs that enable to custom the display to your needs.


More than fifty positions give enough space to visually group together related contacts (e.g., family, friends, colleagues, etc. in an own spatial area) and to quickly find frequently used contacts!

When you assign a contact to a position the app automatically stores the first phone number and first email address, if available. If you want to use a different number or email address, you have two options: either enable "manual field selection" in Settings or assign the same contact to another position, then the app will ask which number/email address to use. With manual field selection enabled the app also allows to use email addresses for texting instead of the phone number, which will enable iMessage instead of common SMS.

What’s New

Version 5.41

Performance optimization.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
416 Ratings

416 Ratings

tabitha8 ,

Great app

Easy to use. I hated scrolling thru favorites and this takes care of that problem. Great app especially for the price! Wish text was a bit larger. Also wish I could drag and drop to rearrange the icons if necessary. Would have gotten given 5 stars if it had that feature.

-me. ,

It’s okay...closer than most

I got this app bc it was closest to the app I was using (that lost it’s mind with the IOS14 update). It is great that I don’t have to scroll through all my contacts. As everyone else has said, it would be great if you tapped a contact and it placed the call, rather than ask you if that’s what you want to do. I can’t use Facetime Audio as an option (needed for me to contact my youngest). It would be kickin if you could choose the options seen on a number. I don’t have WhatsApp, and am not using email or Facetime with my contacts. When I do have to press and hold, it’s alot to take in a full screen of stuff I don’t use (a quintuple tap is insane 😂)...doubles the time looking for what I need. I know that some people need all the stuff...it would be awesome if it were an option, and not mandatory.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback! In the current version (5.3) you can freely define the actions for taps, and disable WhatsApp, for example!

Snikasnee ,


This is very handy and how I call about 80% of the time. Only gripe: now and then it loses a few numbers - which is aggravating when I’m in a rush to call. Need to make it available again!
By losing numbers I mean that when I open the app one or two of the, previously filled, positions are blank (empty) and have to be re-entered.

Developer Response ,

Many thanks for the great review! What exactly do you mean by ‚loosing a few numbers‘?
Update: Thanks for clarification! This is very strange and should not happen. We will try figuring out the reason for this issue and fix it.

App Privacy

The developer, Klaus Schöffmann, 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 Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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