It used to be that a computer and a smart phone were two completely separate devices. Now, there are so many different apps and features that work cross-platform that the line between the two has blurred somewhat. One developer has now come up with a way to help you avoid having to check your phone very few minutes. The app is called Dialogue, it’s for Mac OS X and what it does is allows you to connect your smart phone and Mac together via Bluetooth and then use your desktop as your phone platform.
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It’s a device-friendly app, taking up very little in the way of resources. It has some great features, including the ability to be able to make a call and record it, right there on your Mac. You can save the call in a file on your desktop for easy access later on. The idea is a bit like Skype for making calls via your computer, but Zebraa, the developers, recommend that you use headphones with a built-in microphone for the best experience, instead of the mic and speakers on your Mac.
Dialogue is a very young app so there are a few issues that need to be sorted out, problems with call performance and contacts mainly. However, Zebraa will be fixing these issues with future releases. All in all, it’s not too bad for an app that’s new to the scene.
Download and Install :
If you want to get your hands on it now it will cost $6.99 and is available from the Mac store. However, if you prefer not to use an app that runs similar to one in beta then you might want to wait until a couple more releases have been made, to fix the issues. It has support for a range of platforms, not just iOS.
Download here .