5 of the Best Dialer Apps for Your Android Device

One of the essential parts of an Android device is the dialer that comes preloaded on all the devices that are available. Unless you have bought your device only to surf the Internet, you probably use the dialer every so often. While the stock dialer allows you to make a call, it is often basic and uninnovative. You will be better off switching to another dialer app with more functionalities. Here are some of the best dialer apps to consider.

1. ExDialer


ExDialer enhances your calling experience by providing you with a sleek and elegant dialer interface. It is a light-weight app that works smoothly and helps you make calls to your loved ones easily and in a smoother way. Do not worry if English is not your mother tongue, as the app supports over 30+ languages for you to choose from. It supports swipe to call as well as swipe to text, which makes calling and texting much faster than the traditional ways of doing them.

Not only is it a dialer app, it replaces your contacts app as well. With the right combination of dialer and contacts apps, ExDialer has all you can expect from an app like this.

2. Dialer+


If you are fond of having beautiful designs on your device, then you will definitely like the Dialer+ app. That “+” at the end of the name suggests that there are various features in the app besides calling and texting. The app works in a tab manner, so just swipe left or right and you should have the thing you have been looking for. One of the features that makes this app distinct is its ability to fetch contact images from Facebook and Google+. This way, besides contact info, you will see an image of your contact as well. The other features include a homescreen widget, a birthday reminder, and so on.

If you are looking for more than just dialling numbers, Dialer+ is what you should try.

3. Dialapp


Dialapp is one of the available intelligent apps that knows who and when you should be calling. It is not just a dialer, it is more than that. With its intelligent algorithms, it analyzes your call patterns and determines who you should be calling next. The other interesting feature is it shows you the places around you for which the contact numbers are saved on your device – just so you can call them up and say hi.

It keeps a separate missed call log that lets you see what calls you have missed so you can call them back. All of these features reside in a beautiful looking theme and it even has an option to change your theme, should you desire.

4. RocketDial


If you have one of those fancy large sized phablets, you should consider giving RocketDial a shot. The app is designed especially for the devices with large screens, such as Samsung Galaxy Note series smartphones. The app has a boatload of features, and all of them make sense to have their places reserved in the app. From T9 searching operations to managing personal as well as organization accounts, it has everything you need. It lets you search for contacts, filter results, view events and birthdays, and so on.

5. Old School Dialer


How can we forget those users who still love the old telephones? Well, there’s an app for you too. The Old School Dialer brings back the old telephone dialling system to your 21st century smartphone. When you install the app, you get a rotary dialer on your device similar to what you had on your telephone decades ago. Just rotate the numbers you want to dial and you are all set.


The stock dialer app becomes obsolete after you play with it for a long time. The apps above help you replace your old dialer with a new one that has support for more features as well as help you change the themes according to your mood.

Mahesh Makvana
Mahesh Makvana

Mahesh Makvana is a freelance tech writer who's written thousands of posts about various tech topics on various sites. He specializes in writing about Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android tech posts. He's been into the field for last eight years and hasn't spent a single day without tinkering around his devices.

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