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A replacement for your Android smartphone’s dialer (you know, the phone) may not sound revolutionary, but a new app, called simply Dialapp, wants to change your mind about that. From the makers of quantified self/personal assistant Friday, Dialapp organizes your call log first by those you want to call right now, then beneath that offers the traditional timestamped history of the calls you’ve answered, placed, and missed.

“The call history tab has been in phones for over a decade now,” explains CEO Narayan Babu. “But it is the most unimaginative way to put list of people to call. I am not going to call the pizza guy again after I called him and got my order,” he says.

dialappThe idea with Dialapp, and the other “applets” from Dexetra, the startup which raised a small Series A round from Sequoia Capital (India) and Qualcomm Ventures earlier this year, is…

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