Published On: Mon, Dec 29th, 2014

Now Dial Your Contacts from Mac with DockPhone

It seems that OS X Yosemite is proving to be one of the best features in recent times brought by the fruit company. This platform is an excellent tool that can assist to utilize communication mediums easily. Now with the help of Yosemite you can dial your contacts from Mac using your iPhone.

A special app called DockPhone is now available that can be useful for you to dial the contact through Mac. You can dial the number from your contact list or you can also choose any new number. DockPhone app allows you to dial the number through voice command. Therefore you need not have to search for the contacts manually every time. There is a special mic button available here that can be utilized to locate the contacts.

The notification centre widget shows the recently dialed contacts. Users need not have to use iPhone every time to talk to someone. They can simply utilize their microphone and dial the contact through their Mac. So the feature is advantageous and while on call, you can simultaneously do your work. It is a real phone app useful to make calls with ease any time.

This feature is one of the most recent features that users can enjoy with their iPhone and Mac. OS X Yosemite is coming handy for the people. So now you can check this new DockPhone app through this platform. This app uses FaceTime to establish contact. Therefore now it is very easy to make and receive calls right from your desk. Get your app by visiting App Store. The price of this app is just $0.99 only. The sleek experience of this feature is going to be valuable to save your time and increase your work productivity.

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