Bluetooth Phones & OS X

kinnon —  September 26, 2005 — 1 Comment

I have three teenagers. Our primary mode of communication when they are out of the house is SMS. Imbi’s Treo 650 keyboard makes it easy for her to text them. My S710a (Sony Ericcson) has good T9 predictive text – but it’s still not as fast as typing. Om Malik in one of his posts turned me on to BluePhoneElite and I’m hooked. BPE is a klller little application that lets me SMS, answer calls, track calls and more from my Bluetooth enabled Powerbook. It’s the best $20 I’ve spent in a long time.

I haven’t found anything similar for those of you using PCeeze. But then again, I’ve only spent a few minutes googling it.

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One response to Bluetooth Phones & OS X

  1. BPE is a fantastic app. However dont forget that OS X’s own address book has excellent Bluetooth Integration with many phones.


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