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Description

The best way to dial numbers on OS X!

Keypad, formerly Continuity Keypad, allows you to dial phone numbers on your Mac, and place the call via your iPhone utilizing the FaceTime App in Yosemite. With Keypad, you can either manually enter a number to dial, or search your contacts with just a keystroke. Additionally, Keypad has a Notification Center widget, which allows you to dial numbers from anywhere in OS X.


KEYPAD FEATURES:

– Beautiful transparent design
– Dial numbers that aren't in your contacts
– Redial the last number
– Save a number to your contacts
– Search your contacts by starting to type a name (optional)
– Use letter keys to dial vanity numbers (optional)
– Dial tones (optional)

What's New

Version 1.10.5

+ Major graphical bug fixes
+ Updated Today View widget for macOS Sierra

Customer Reviews

Not entirely what I expected

Math0

The functionality is ok, basic (as others have said). I though this would be an answer the lack of keypad in facetime which is required when making confrence calls.
This simply does not work. Once the number has been dialed, keypad hands over to facetime thus the keypad cannot be used from that moment forward. This all means that it is not better or worse than just using factime itself.
To the devs, you should consider this a feature request.

Dialpad tones do not get sent

badge61

I bought this assuming that it would allow me to choose between in-call options, as it would on my iphone. Unfortunately, it doesn’t do this. The dialpad is only for dialing numbers, not selecting options during a call.

Information

Seller
Multieducator Inc
Size
5.9 MB
Category
Utilities
Compatibility
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Eytan Schulman & Harrison Weinerman 2014, 2017
Price
$1.49

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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