MegaCellX
MegaCellX
2.6.3

3.8

MegaCellX free download for Mac

MegaCellX

2.6.3
12 December 2006

Manage contacts & SMSs for your mobile phone.

Overview

MegaCellX is a powerful tool to manage calls, contacts and SMS messages of your mobile phone. It's easy-to-use as an e-mail client, it has integration with Apple iApps like AddressBook, iTunes, DVDPlayer, QuickTime Player and iChat. You can use AppleScript events to extend the integration with other applications. The user-friendly interface makes backup and store tasking easy for mobile's contacts and SMS messages as well. Every Bluetooth or IrDA compatible GSM mobile phone and even more phones should work. The phone must have an AT command interface (compliant ETSI GSM 07.05,07.07), usually supported by all mobiles with built-in modem. You can connect your phone via USB cable, infrared (IrDA) or Bluetooth.

SMS messages:
  • read, edit, remove, search, print and send SMS messages
  • send: multiple SMS, long SMS and flash SMS
  • status report request for the sent SMS messages
  • import and export SMS messages from/to external text fil
  • store an unlimited number of messages in MegacellX's internal DataBase and organize them in folders
  • integration between PhoneBook and SMS messages to simplify reading and writing of SMS
  • preferred phone number to send SMS
  • pop-up for incoming SMS messages
  • trigger AppleScripts for different SMS events
PhoneBook:
  • add, edit, remove, search and print your contacts
  • import and export contacts from external text file or vCard
  • full integration with Apple's Address Book
  • store an unlimited number of contacts in MegaCellX's internal DataBase and organize them in folders
Calls:
  • dial and answer calls from your Mac
  • display pop-up for incoming and outgoing calls using the phone's Apple's Address Book (including photo, when available) or
  • internal DataBase's phone or phone's address book
  • forward calls by one click
  • preferred phone number to call
  • pause iTunes, QuickTime and DVD Player or set iChat away message when a call is in progress
  • trigger AppleScripts for different call events

What's new in MegaCellX

Version 2.6.3:
  • [New] Added possibility to set manually the Message Service Centre Address, for some devices MegaCell is unable to get the MSCA automatically
  • [New] Added the Reply button in toolbar
  • [Fix] fix the shift-k bug when writing SMS

8 MegaCellX Reviews

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Anonymous
25 October 2004

Most helpful

I've tested it with a T68i via blutooth and it works very well. It manages just SMS and Contacts but it does it perfectly. It works with all the phones with AT commands and throught IR, Blutooth and cable, so it is not created for a specific phone (or a specific brand like PhoneAgent) and you can continue using it when you buy a new phone from another brand with AT commands. It doesn't work with the Symbian OS. It allows export/import for both contacts and SMS in a text format and has backup functionality. The shareware version allows you to save just 10 SMS. The license price is 20 USD, good value for money for me.
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Version 2.5b1
Volcanus
13 October 2014
Fails to work with my Nokia 5230 but works with my SE K550i. One can copy address entries between phonebooks, but there is no synchronization. I would like to see a side by side view of the address books like in OnSync.
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Version 2.6.3
nowheredense
25 March 2006
I believe that MegaCellX is currently the only cell phone application that allows you to import a text file of phone numbers into a group, then to send a single SMS to the group. I need to send the same SMS to a group of about 100 students. I am not going to create 100 entries into the phone book, only to delete them at the end of the semester. I emailed the author how to do this, and he has promptly and kindly guided me through an easy step to import a text file of numbers into a group in MegaCellX and to send the same SMS to the group.
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Version 2.6.1
Anonymous
11 November 2005
Nice app. Needs a bit of GUI work, but otherwise very stable, and manages calls and SMS beautifully. Once caveat, though, for some reason, it reads ALL incoming calls as long distance (.. thus adding +1) to them, so it doesn't look up the info correctly from my AddressBook, hence the CallerID doesn't work. Apart from that, good work.
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Version 2.5b11
Anonymous
25 August 2005
One work: BluePhoneElite This is the program to get.
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Version 2.5b11
Luckyuicu2
19 August 2005
This program is not worth anyone's time! The only thing that is good for is writing text messages, (that is when it doesn't crash). This program has crashed on me every-time I have opened it. I and I unfortunately am one of the not so smart people that paid for it. don't waste your time or money. If you want to put numbers in your address book use Isync, if you want to send text messages use Entourage. This program is really pathetic.
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Version 2.5b10
Anonymous
31 July 2005
Wow, this is cool. I use 10.3, and my phone (motorola razr) is not supported by iSync through bluetooth (need to upgrade to 10.4 to get that, maybe later), so I thought I was out of luck. But this software accessess the phone via the bluetooth *modem* connection, so nothing fancy is required. As I understand it, as long as your phone is bluetooth and complies with basic modem functions, this software will connect. I was able to see and edit all contacts. Still exploring software, but very cool so far. P.S. be sure to read the guide on author's web page. I had to re-setup my phone as bluetooth device to "allow modem connection" before software worked. Other quirks explained in docs. P.P.S. as far 3 stars for value, I'm kind of cheap, and would prefer $10 for such a one trick pony. I buy a lot of shareware and it's just hard to keep up with prices pushing ever upward. No offense to author - like I say, I'm cheap. Would be happier with $10.
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Version 2.5b10
Anonymous
13 January 2005
If your phone is not supported by iSync - don´t bother. It does not bring more features. If your Phone IS supported by iSync - don´t bother. You don´t need it!
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Version 2.5b5
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
15 March 2005
Oh really? Would you care to enlighten us to when isync backed up sms messages then?
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Version 2.5b9
Anonymous
25 October 2004
I've tested it with a T68i via blutooth and it works very well. It manages just SMS and Contacts but it does it perfectly. It works with all the phones with AT commands and throught IR, Blutooth and cable, so it is not created for a specific phone (or a specific brand like PhoneAgent) and you can continue using it when you buy a new phone from another brand with AT commands. It doesn't work with the Symbian OS. It allows export/import for both contacts and SMS in a text format and has backup functionality. The shareware version allows you to save just 10 SMS. The license price is 20 USD, good value for money for me.
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Version 2.5b1
2 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 December 2004
BluePhoneMenu is free and does MUCH, MUCH, MUCH more.
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Version 2.5b4
Anonymous
Anonymous
24 December 2004
BluePhoneMenu has been discontinued and replaced by PluePhoneElite that is a shareware !
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Version 2.5b4
$28.40

3.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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