Brussels, Belgium – Independent app developer Stephane Pigeon today is pleased to announce the release of Wild Contacts 1.0, a new way to add pictures to your address book on iPhone. Wild Contacts departs from the idea that contacts’ pictures should be associated only with faces, and works instead with keywords and images associated with those keywords.
Stephane Pigeon, the man behind Wild Contacts, explains, “If someone reminds you of a busy beaver, why not assign a picture of this friendly-faced but workaholic animal to him? Or a parrot to the friend who never stops talking. It might just help you get in the right frame of mind to respond when you receive a call and these pictures pop up on your screen. It’s dead simple and addictive fun!”
“Have you checked your address book lately?” asks Stephane Pigeon. “How many entries have pictures associated with them? The native iPhone Contacts is an essential app, but it doesn’t really help when it comes to filling in all those empty contact frames. This is where Wild Contacts comes in. My first goal was to design a utility app that would help you add pictures to your contacts easily. But I soon realized the fun factor behind freely assigning images to your contacts. And you are not restricted to animal pictures! Famous people are a great source of inspiration; comics too!”
Wild Contacts is all about the fun of matching the images you want with the names in your address book, and it is as easy as 1-2-3: select a contact, enter your keyword, pick an image. You choose how serious, wicked, funny or striking each picture is; something that fits your mood or the personalities of your contacts.
Stephane Pigeon is an independent app developer located in Brussels, Belgium. Copyright (C) 2010 Stephane Pigeon. All Rights Reserved. iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.