Dialectic tries to improve your productivity by making dialing phone numbers much easier: quickly dial any number that you find on a website or in your Address Book.
Dialectic is able to deal with different call types, Dial Methods (use the Mac’s speakers, the modem, a Bluetooth phone, VoIP services and so on.) and phone number formats through the Locations and Dialing Rules.
Here are some key features of "Dialectic":
· Quick & Easy Integration With: Address Book, Marketcircle Daylite, Microsoft Entourage, Now Contact, Palm Desktop, FileMaker Pro & Other Databases, Launchers such as Butler, LaunchBar, & Quicksilver, System-Wide Dialing via Contextual Menu or Services Menu, Voice Activated Dialing, Incoming Call Detection & Auto Redial on Busy, Call Timer, Log, Notepad, & While You Were Out Notes, System-Wide Quick Dial Numbers (Speed Dial)
· Supports Dialing With: Bluetooth mobile phones, Landlines, Asterisk, BroadVoice, CallVantage, Cisco IP Phones, FRITZ!Box, Ovolab Phlink, Parliant PhoneValet, Speakeasy.net, ViaTalk, Vonage.
· VoIP Softphones: CounterPath softphones, Gizmo, iSoftPhone, JackenIAX, LoudHush, ohphoneX, Skype, WengoPhone, & More!
· An External Telephone or a VoIP Account & an Internet Connection.
· Any of the following Contact Management Applications: Address Book, Marketcircle Daylite, Microsoft Entourage, Now Contact, Palm Desktop.
· 14 days trial period.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added support for dialing most Polycom SoundPoint and Grandstream IP phones
· Added support for incoming call notifications from most Polycom SoundPoint IP phones
· Added support for Messages in Mountain Lion when using iChat options in Dialectic
· Improved AppleScript support
· Fixed an issue that, under certain circumstances, caused Dialectic to hang when using the Speaker Dial Method
· Fixed an issue that caused MagicJack dialing to fail on Mac OS X 10.7+
· Fixed some memory leaks
· Enhanced Dialectic Remote HTTP Server to include Bonjour TXTRecord properties for the computer name and application version
· Modified code signing to use the Apple Third Party Developer certificate for better Gatekeeper compatibility (Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion). This change, however, means that you may be prompted to allow Dialectic to access some passwords in the keychain if you’ve previous used Dialectic (and set one or more passwords). If this is the case, you should select the option to always allow Dialectic a...