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.
– 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)
+ Major graphical bug fixes
+ Updated Today View widget for macOS Sierra
Ratings and Reviews
Doesn’t do in-call dailing
I cannot use this app to navigate through the typical computerized answering service decision tree. Click on the keys - a tone is generated - but it does nothing at the other end. I am very disappointed because I prefer to make calls with FaceTime while at my computer.
Hello No 1 Doc L, Thanks for writing in! You can click the FaceTime banner in the top right corner of your screen while in a call and use your Mac's keyboard to input the digits for the touch tone instructions. Let us know if you have any more questions!
I needed it for in call dialing. It uses the Mac number keys, not the keyboard on the screen for that and doesn’t make any tones and it works.
Needs updating to work with macOS Mojave's dark mode. The widget only has a light theme and it looks terrible at night when my iMac is in dark mode.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.