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With DockPhone you can make phone calls on Mac bypassing FaceTime

DockPhone an application for Mac that solves a drawback that many OS X users have when they have to make a call from their Mac. Open FaceTime or Contacts to make a call from a Mac. With the app DockPhone, users can now search for contacts or enter a number directly into the app, bypassing the need to open FaceTime every time.

Although this was one of the main new features of Continuity included in OS X Yosemite and maintained in subsequent updates, many users complain that they have to open FaceTime or Contacts every time to make phone calls from their desktops or laptops. Receiving simple calls with FaceTime, but making them through the video chat app designed for a different use, in fact not very intuitive.

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