Apple's Mac application Dialogue is a very convenient method of making, receiving and recording calls on your smartphone controlled by your Mac via Bluetooth. It allows hands-free calls to be made via the OS X.
A person working on his Mac will have to shift time after time to his iPhone in order to attend to calls. But what if we were to tell you that from now on you may use your Mac to hear those calls? Unbelievable! Yet it is true. Via Dialogue which is a new Mac app just released recently, you don’t have to make the annoying switch from one device to another and back. At a nominal $7 you will get to employ Bluetooth to reroute phone calls through your Mac. A menu bar popup will allow you to browse through your list of contacts. Furthermore, hands-free calling facility will be available on your Mac.
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The “accept” and “decline” bars have a green and red coloration respectively. You get to choose directly thereby weeding out any unwanted crank calls or people you would rather not have to disturb your afternoon siesta. And while there are some flaws such as your voice echoing sometimes on the line, the whole thing is bound to be upgraded soon into a perfect service that works smoothly. From now onwards you can call someone, receive a phone call and record it for later playback all at the same time. The Dialogue app happens to belong to the Netherlands-based set up called Zebraa.
Source: The Verge