SpellDial -- TAKE TWO!!!

SpellDial was launched early last year. Though there were a lot of registrations, we noticed that the app is not as used as much as we wanted it to be. We've realized that people just use the app when they don't know the numbers to call. Which is actually cool, but we want it to be more than that. We want SpellDial to be used by people whenever they need to connect with other people.


So for now, we've stopped the name registration UNTIL we finish the native applications which will contain more features like its own native phonebook, which we believe will take the connecting experience to the next level. Excited? Well, the SpellDial team are! It is so exciting to see the apps taking form. Plus we're also bringing out new exciting features for businesses. 













Until it comes, what you can do is reserve the name that you like and your email address so that we can inform you when you can claim your name, when the native apps are out! But if you like to join us in our journey in testing the app, you are welcome to do so. Just email us at info@spelldial.com. Private beta is also open for businesses who wants to test the business accounts. Kindly email us at the same email above.


That's it! We'll keep you posted! 

Changing the Way the WORLD Dials



你好

hǎo!

SpellDial is changing the way the WORLD dials. Every nation in any language can get their own SpellDial name.

You might have heard of SpellDial already. If not, it is a system that let's people dial names literally, using a smartphone

Why are we doing this? We understand that numbers are hard to remember. We see ads with all the contact numbers to call but we barely remember the numbers whenever we need it. Besides, we know each other by name and not by our contact numbers.

Basically, SpellDial's goal is to replace numbers, vanity numbers, and phone words because numbers are, not just hard-to-remember, but also not related to our identity and have many limitations.

SpellDial launched early this year and we have registrations from more than 24 countries already.

Anyway, when we say that SpellDial is changing how the world dials, we really mean the world. How? Do you know that not only alphabet-spelled names can be dialed and registered in SpellDial? SpellDial let's you dial and register names in Chinese, Japanese, Korean and other characters of the world!

So what are you waiting for? SpellDial is for everyone with a name and a number whatever language you may be using. Let your friends contact you through your name.
You can get the name that you want at www.SpellDial.com.

楽しんで
Tanoshinde!

Just in case my translation software is wrong, I meant enjoy. Enjoy!







Moms need SpellDial!



SpellDial "..may be the best thing since yahoo mail." claims a mother of four. Her blog post reiterates the inconvenience of memorizing and connecting with numbers. 

She reminisces the horror of having to memorize 11 digit cell phones numbers when cell phones became popular. "With SpellDial yellow pages are a thing of the past especially when you don't have the luxury of time to search through them," she claims. 

SpellDial allows her to not be "eternally bound to her phonebook." She also lists some advantages SpellDial presents. 

SpellDial is for everyone, especially for older people who have a hard time memorizing numbers. Let's face it, everyone is bound to come to that point.  

Auto Complete, Complete!

Isn't it tiring to dial long SpellDial names every time you want to connect with someone? Be weary no more! With the new auto complete feature all you need to do is dial your friend's/business name once. The system will immediately store that information. The next time you want to contact your friend/business, dial the first letter of their name and the system will immediately complete the SpellDial name for you! If you have contacts with the same first letter then you will have to dial the second letter as well. 

Once again SpellDial has successfully launched a new feature that keeps users satisfied and makes connecting even more convenient. 

SpellDial... Numbers are for counting not for calling!