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I am a brand new mac user, with a new macbook pro. I have a Samsung Galaxy s5 phone. Before the mac, I was able to interface between desktop and phone using Remote Phone Call from justremotephone.com. LOVED the software but it has no mac capability. Here is what I am looking for and I would really appreciate any help!
1. connection through bluetooth or wifi between phone and computer
2. able to dial from computer, preferably w/shortcut keystroke
3. ability to answer from computer
4. ability to send/receive text from computer.

All this was avail on the previous software; anyone know of something similar for mac?
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Some of what you mentioned above will be available in the upcoming release of OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, however, I don't know if any of it will be available for use with Android phones. Right now as far as I know it only be for devices capable of running iOS.
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Some of what you mentioned above will be available in the upcoming release of OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, however, I don't know if any of it will be available for use with Android phones. Right now as far as I know it only be for devices capable of running iOS.
Thank you for the reply. Hopefully someone knows of something that can do some of this? I am loving my mac, but this is a MAJOR blow to my productivity as I make 60-100 calls a day.
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