Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Android Eye Contact

I'm working on Android Eye Contact, and application that complements the standard Android Contacts application and provides alternative presentations.
The application, in its Lite version, can be freely downloaded from Android Market.
There will be also a Pro version, someday when people from other countries other than USA and UK be able to charge from their applications. In the meantime there's a very good opportunity to explore the possibilities analyzing what should be included and what shouldn't.
The main idea behind Android Eye Contact is to provide a seamless user experience easing access to contacts ideally using only one hand and with the phone closed, if we think about the available models only.
Some users requested features like Contacts Flow, and I'm now experimenting on this front, though I'm not completely convinced that this is a good way to glimpse through hundreds of contacts which usually don't have a picture associated.
Anyway, this is highly based on great pictureflow, a Qt2/Qt3/Qt4/Qtopia4 widget to display images with animated transition effect.

Comments, suggestions and ideas you may want to share are gladly welcome.


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