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Saturday, September 16, 2006

SMS & Call on a Mac via bluetooth

SMS & Call on a Mac via bluetooth
with your bluetooth phone
When you are facing your Mac, have you ever thought that you could read & reply a SMS or dial/receive a call, while your mobile phone is in another room? With the software BluePhoneElite, you can achieve it.

Some screenshots of BluePhoneElite:







Features:

Call Features
Dial and answer calls from your desktop
(speakerphone functionality is not yet available)
Log calls with time, duration, caller and notes
Display caller ID using your phone's phone book or Apple's Address Book
Pause iTunes and DVD Player or set iChat away message when a call is in progress
Customize a variety of visual and aural call notifications
Export calls to iCal, Address Book or external files
Trigger AppleScripts for different call events
SMS Features
Send and receive messages using email-style SMS Center or SMS Chat
Archive SMS to disk using hierarchical folders
Pop-up incoming SMS on-screen
Export SMS to iCal, Address Book or external files
Trigger AppleScripts for different SMS events
Other Features
Proximity detection controls iTunes, iChat, DVD Player and the screen saver
Display battery and signal strength, power source and network name in the menu bar
Power saving option disconnects phones when power is running low
Customizable interface options like dock visibility, menu bar visibility and font sizes
Localization: Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (US, Australian, Canadian and UK), Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai and Turkish

It is very easy to use. What you need to do is to set up your bluetooth phone following the steps in this post. After that, your phone should be detected by BluePhoneElite. I have tested it with both my Motorola E398 and V360. Both of these phones work very well with this software.

BluePhoneElite is a shareware. The trial copy can only be used for 10 days. You need to register if you want to continue to use it after 10 days. I know a trick which can reset the day count, so you can continue to use the trial copy. However, I think it is not good to disclose this trick to the public.

Google "BluePhoneElite" to find more details and download.

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4 comments:

2:19 AM, September 17, 2006 brettstar said...

Yes, this is cool software. I have been using it for a while. Judging by your screenshots it looks as though you are using v1.x. You might be interested to know that there is a beta for ver. 2 that can be downloaded here: http://mirasoftware.com/BPE2/download/?com.mirasoftware.BPE2. It has a number of enhancements and finally enables use of the Mac's mic and speakers. Cheers, b*.

7:21 PM, November 01, 2006 ubandit said...

the file is dmg how i install this file?BluePhoneElite2_784.dmg

8:36 PM, November 01, 2006 Yuet said...

ubandit, are you using mac? this software is for mac only. dmg is a disk image in mac os x system. it should be automatically mounted and prompt you for installation.

2:28 PM, April 17, 2007 Marcos said...

It's been several months since the last comment here... Has there been any news or updates? Is BluePhoneElite the only Mac software for OS X Tiger?


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