Quick-dial and quick-text returns to Mac OS X Leopard with Phone plugins

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[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Berlin based nova media unveiled 'Phone plugins' today, a utility to quick-dial a selected number and quick-send a text message with one click from any program in Mac OS X Leopard.

Phone plugins includes its own Bluetooth wizard to connect a cell phone to the Mac in one convenient step. The software can be used immediately after the pairing with no need to restart the Mac.

"Back in 10.4 it was possible to dial a number and send a text message from the Address Book using a cell phone connected over bluetooth." states Jan Fuellemann, PR spokesperson at nova media. "Apple has discontinued this option in 10.5. We did not only bring it back to life, but have improved it as well."

Phone plugins do not require to open any extra application to issue a call or to send a text message. It is suffcient to select any number and choose 'Dial number' or 'Send text message' within Address Book or within any other Mac OS X-compatible application by using the 'Services' menu. Phone plugins will either have the cell phone issue a call and bring up a status window on the screen or open a text message window on the screen accordingly.

If the selected number is known to Address Book, Phone plugins will display the appropriate name in the new call window or text message window automatically.

Pricing And Availability:
Phone plugins is available today for $ 9.95 USD (Euro 9,95) plus VAT if applicable on nova media's website. A demo version is provided as well. Phone plugins requires Mac OS X 10.5.2 or higher and a compatible cell phone from Motorola, Nokia, Samsung or Sony Ericsson.

The founders of "nova media Mobile Data Solutions GmbH" started their business in 1996 in Berlin. The company specializes on mobile data solutions for Mac OS X. More information at their website or phone +49 30 3909040.


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