Developer website: Raffael Hannemann
DockPhone lets you make calls right from your Mac.
Keep it in your pocket...
Starting with iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, your Mac and your iPhone perfectly work together. DockPhone for OS X is the missing piece to conveniently use your Mac as your phone.
Just dictate whom you want to call...
VoiceDial means you can dictate the name of the contact you want to call. With DockPhone, manually typing out a phone number is over. Just dictate the name of the contact, or the individual digits which you want to call. It's that simple.
- Global shortcut: You can specify a keyboard shortcut to bring DockPhone to front.
- Menu Bar Icon: You can specify if you'd like a menu bar icon, a dock icon, or both.
- Support for special characters and umlauts: é, è, ë, etc.
- Search for nicknames: You can now search for 'Mom', 'Honey', etc.
- Some sudden crashes while searching for contacts
- Doubled digits with 'Enhanced Dictation' mode enabled in System Preferences
- OS X 10.10 or later
- iPhone with iOS 8 or later
- Both on the same Wi-Fi network
- Both configured to use the same iCloud account
- Wi-Fi calls (iPhone 6 or later) disabled
- FaceTime on Mac and iPhone configured to use that iCloud account
- Version Downloads
- 15 Jan 2015
- Intel 64 / OS X