Phone plugins
Phone plugins
2.3.3

0.0

Phone plugins free download for Mac

Phone plugins

2.3.3
07 January 2010

Quick-dial numbers and quick-send text messages.

Overview

Phone plugins... Quick-dial numbers and quick-send text messages from any application.

Dial a number or send a text message with one click and without the need to open an additional application.

Select the number and choose to either have the cell phone dial it or to send a text message to it. Works right from the Address Book of Mac OS X as well as from any other application.

Long text messages will be split into several ones automatically and the built in spell checker makes sure your text reads as you intend it to.

  • Works with Apple Address Book
  • Works with Apple Mail
  • Works with other Applications
  • Supports many phones from LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson

What's new in Phone plugins

Version 2.3.3:

New cell phones supported:

  • Nokia 5630 XpressMusic, 5730 XpressMusic, 6710 Navigator, 6720 classic, 6730 classic, 6760 slide, 6790 Surge, E55, E72
  • Samsung M8800 Pixon, M8910 Pixon, S5600, S7220, S7350, S8000, S8300, S5230
  • Sony Ericsson Aino U10, F100i, J105i, Satio U1i, T715, Yari U1006.x
Know issue:
  • The system preference pane is 32bit. You may have to close and open the system preferences again to access the Phone plugins control panel.

2 Phone plugins Reviews

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Jellybelly
27 June 2008

Most helpful

An app for Mac that doesn't support the iPhone? Bleh.
Like (1)
Version 2.1
Orbiterapps
23 June 2009
Wonderful application. I have one tiny suggestion: Currently, phone numbers do not dial properly when selected if they are formatted with parentheses. As in"(800) 000-0000" It will not recognize the number inside the parentheses and thus it fails to dial the number. I think Phone Plugins is great as it is, and I'm thinking of purchasing a second license, but this would be a valuable enhancement. Thanks!
Like (1)
Version 2.3
Jellybelly
27 June 2008
An app for Mac that doesn't support the iPhone? Bleh.
Like (1)
Version 2.1
2 answer(s)
Fuellemann
Fuellemann
27 June 2008
Oh we wish :-) But right now there is no way to access these features in the iPhones OS. And please do not forget that there are *many* users worlwide who still want to use a Nokia, Motorola, Samsung or Sony Ericsson phone... Kind Regards Jan Fuellemann (nova media)
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Version 2.1
Pirx
Pirx
27 September 2008
I think it is generally the crippled usability of the iPhone's bluetooth. Anything that would enable usage of services or carriers beyond the chargeable services of Apples revenue-sharers is being blocked by Apple. I just switched back from iPhone to SonyEricsson, because I find the limitations of the iPhone unacceptable.
Like (1)
Version 2.2
$9.95

0.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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