Here's the AppBrain page for the Lite version of Sign (you can use it for up to three people): Sign Lite - Android app on AppBrain And here's the AppBrain page for the full version: Sign - Android app on AppBrain There's been some discussion about Sign in this thread: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-applications/53413-best-phone-calling-app.html Note that at least for now, it only works with Google contacts synced to your phone. But it seems like it makes sense for it to have a dedicated thread. When I read about it in the thread I linked above, I wasn't really sure what advantage it had over all the other dialing methods available in Android. But it sounded intriguing, and I gave it a whirl. The thing I was most impressed with is how quick it is. Tap the homescreen widget, and the interface almost immediately pops up (just a narrow bar up top and a narrow bar on the bottom), then you draw a gesture (once you've programmed a gesture for a contact) in the space between the narrow bars (I think it's much smoother than Gesture Search -- I've never been totally happy with the gesture speed in Gesture Search). The gesture space between the narrow bars can be set to be black, or transparent. The transparent option is very nice, and even better if you put the Sign widget on you QuickDesk screen. (The QD screen disappears, and you can make your gesture over top whatever app you had open when you called up QD). Once the gesture has been properly made, you can configure Sign to either immediately dial the person, or pop up a dialog like Voice Search does - you do nothing, and it will call the person after a user-configurable delay, or you can tap the dialog box to either call immediately or cancel. Two things set it apart from most other dialing methods (especially in environments where you might not want to voice dial for whatever reason). One is scalability -- it's probably easier to deal with 80 gestures than 80 direct dial shortcuts, for instance. The second is that it's much harder to accidentally dial someone since the ability to make a gesture only lasts a few seconds after activating the widget, plus you can cancel before you get to the call screen. I've been using Call Confirm to prevent accidental dialing, but more often that not, it's just been getting in the way. Two suggestions for the Devs: 1) It would be really nice if I could have one gesture to call a certain contact, and another gesture to text that certain contact. Maybe at the top of the screen where you add gestures you could have a button for Direct Dial (all contacts with phone numbers show up) and a button for Direct Text (all contacts with mobile numbers show up), then the user could maintain one list of gestures for each action. 2) I'm sure you have your reasons for making it work only through the widget, but I'd really like if opening up the app starts up Sign just like tapping the widget does. Then I could do things like putting a shortcut to Sign in the notification bar using FolderOrganizer or make it so the camera button or a long-press on the search key brings up Sign using Button Shortcut.