Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In mining, one who uses a dial. See dial, 8.
- n. See dialer, dialing.
- n. A person or device that dials, as using a telephone.
- dial + -er (Wiktionary)
“The Line2 dialer is near-identical to the standard iPhone dialer, down to icons for the keypad, contacts, recent calls and voice mail.”
“More seriously on the iPhone, Apple has asserted a claim to bar apps that duplicate the functionality of the built-in dialer, but this restriction has been haphazardly applied and seem mainly designed to keep Google Voice off.”
“The built-in phone dialer is still generally the only one that can make a call using your wireless carrier’s voice network, but as long as we have unlimited data plans and limited voice minutes, that’s no particular advantage.”
“PROVO, UT -- (Marketwire - November 24, 2009) - InsideSales. com, the pioneer of lead response management technology today announced a click-to-call dialer called "Reach for Salesforce," and a B2B power dialer called "Domino for Salesforce.”
“IE9 includes a "dialer" page, an idea popularized with Opera.”
“Prairie Moon: It's an offshoot of Opera's "dialer".”
“You can also set up a tag as a "dialer", which I guess probably dials whatever number was encoded.”
“Please note: "seems to be", not "is" and it is classified as a 'dialer'.”
“IF you weren't aware of this program on your system and it can function as a 'dialer', then it is malware.”
“* gasp* then you know how scary it was the 'dialer' is.”
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