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Phone plugins 2.2 allow dialing, SMS from desktop

updated 02:00 pm EDT, Fri August 1, 2008

Phone plugins updated

Nova Media has updated its Phone plugins software to version 2.2. Phone plugins allows users to quickly dial numbers and send text messages through a cell phone right from their Mac's desktop. The new version lets the application work in more than just the Address Book. Phone plugins can also be found in other applications under the "Services" menu meaning that it is always accessible and doesn't require any additional software to be opened. It supports most cell phones from Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson and features its own bluetooth wizard for connecting a cellphone to a Mac in one simple step.

Phone plugins is available today for $10 or as a free upgrade for current owners of a Phone plugins license.






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  1. Athens

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    humm

    does it work with the iphone?

  1. pocketRocket

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Worked like a charm

    ..on my old Samsung SGH-E250 which is recognised by iSync but can't sync any data.

    Why Apple couldn't have put a little more work into a plugin of their own I don't know - but this worked first time and I'm very pleased to sync data to a phone that after all was just a cheapie from a supermaket. Given to me as a thankyou by a friend and so I can't really get rid of it just yet.

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