The contact list in iOS pales in comparison to its counterpart on other mobile platforms. There’s no embedded photos, no integration with social networks profiles, and no quick way to send emails or texts.
CallTap is a new tweak that allows you to set custom actions for your contact list. This way you can call a contact, FaceTime them, or send them a text message, with a single tap from inside your Contacts app.
Once installed, you’ll find all of CallTap’s settings inside — you guessed it — the Settings app. From here you can program taps, long presses, and detail button taps to either call, message, email, or FaceTime a contact.
It’s not as complicated as it sounds. Just imagine loading up your contact list, and holding down on a contact’s name to bring up a new compose text message or email window. It’s supposed to be more convenient.
While I found CallTap to work as advertised, it seems like it’s trying to fill a void that wasn’t there. But if you want to try the tweak out for yourself, you can find it in the BigBoss repo, in Cydia, for free.
What do you of CallTap?