So my wife bought me a bluetooth headset (we have a hands free law starting in Ontario next month) and I finally got around to trying the default "Voice Dialer" app. Please correct me if I am wrong, but it seems like this isn't really a voice dialer. The app is _called_ voice dialer, but you can actually use it to search your phone for _anything_. When I try to use it to call someone, I say "Call Patricia". It pops up a box that asks if i want to call her work number or mobile number. At this point there doesn't seem to be any way to choose an option by _voice_, instead you have to actually press one of the options on screen. This is not very useful if you are trying to use the phone _hands free_ in the car. Is there an app that will let you call contacts without having to actually touch the phone screen? On my Motorola Razr, you "trained" the voice dialer to automatically call the number you wanted when you said a word/name. You didn't have to confirm anything on the screen, this way you could press the button on your bluetooth headset, say the name, and the phone would make the call.