Dialogue Lets You Make And Record Calls On Your iPhone Using Your Mac

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  • Barry_Dwyer_

    I’m Mila Kunis and I endorse this message.

  • Barry_Dwyer_

    I’m Mila Kunis and I endorse this message.

  • JDatkinson

    “And here’s the kicker: not only can you use your Mac’s built-in speakers and mic to talk to someone on your iPhone,….”

    Not according to the reviews! You have to use headphones with mic on your mac for any kind of quality.
    This would be a fantastic app if you didn’t!

  • OutThereLabs

    Really good review. A similar but significantly more feature rich app is Phone Amego by Sustworks (www.sustworks.com). Very mature, rock solid and loads of flexibility. I’ve been using Phone Amego for most of this year and love it. Worth a try if this is the type of Mac/iPhone integration you’re looking for.

  • robraden

    Phone Amego costs $30. Dialogue costs $7.

  • Jonathan Ober

    I’m Mila Kunis and I endorse this message.

    I guess getting a call from John Smith just isn’t as cool.

  • OutThereLabs

    @robraden – True. Try them both side by side and you’ll see why. I have them both and the difference is obvious. $29 is a bargain if you want PA’s features, maturity and support. If not, Dialogue is the way to go.

  • PeachMangoLipstick

    This seems pretty cool. I wish Mila Kunis was calling me :) BTW if anyone wants to record calls on their iPhone when they’re not sitting in front of their Mac I use RecordiaPro – sound is great and I can even spoof my caller ID. http://www.recordiapro.com