Do you ever get annoyed when you open your Phone app and it doesn’t go to the section you were expecting?

With StartDial, that problem is a thing of the past. StartDial allows you to always start at a specific section of your Phone app every time you open it by means of a predefined setting.

It’s even smart enough to start at your recents whenever you have missed calls. If you make a lot of phone calls, and your iPhone is jailbroken, check out our hands-on experience with StartDial inside…

StartDial will even let those who don’t use voicemail, or have alternative voicemail methods such as YouMail, disable the voicemail section in your Phone app completely.

StartDial is a free download on Cydia’s BigBoss repo, and coming from developer Filippo Bigarella, you know the tweak is quality.

What do you think?

  • Nice tweak,
    I have it already.

  • Rafael Franco

    Great! Thanks for posting it!

  • jose castro

    nice man these are the tweaks that need to be heard and not the ones and are BS

  • Anonymous

    I use to always use this tweak…………………….I have been waiting for an iOS 5 update…………..Is this the iOS 5 update or are ylou just randomly deciding to post about this tweak?

  • Joe

    Nice. This is such a basic tweak but really useful.

  • Anonymous

    All this tweak does is to save you one or most two screen touches. It might be useful for some.

  • M L

    I cannot find the app on any repo.

  • Simple but useful tweak thanx Filippo

  • Ron McLaughlin

    I installed this, enabled it, but it does not work, I rebooted and respring myphone. I have it enabled, set to keypad, check recents on and Disable Voicemail off. Everytime I open my phone app, it goes to contacts. Anyone else have this issue?

    • Anonymous

      It did the same for me but I changed it to contacts, then recents, then favourites and finally keypad and it seemed to work then. It didn’t seem to register my choice of keypad until i’d set it to the other options first, mite be worth a try for you.

      • Ron McLaughlin

        Thanks! That worked!

  • Anonymous

    Ah, very cool

  • Anonymous

    Ah, very cool little tweak. This is something I’ve been doing manually since the first iPhone and I’m surprised Apple never added an option for a default screen for their built in apps like the Phone app.