Developer: 64 Characters
Current Version: 1.5.1
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Download Size: 7.3 MB - Download
Telephone allows you to make phone calls over the Internet or your company network. If your phone line supports SIP protocol, you can use it on your Mac instead of a physical phone anywhere you have a decent network connection.
• Contacts autocomplete
• Multiple accounts
• Sending tone signals (press numbers on the keyboard when call window is active)
• Call history
• Call waiting
• Making calls by clicking sip: and tel: links
• TLS and SRTP encryption
Telephone Pro is a subscription that unlocks the full call history, allows 30 simultaneous calls, and supports ongoing app development. The subscription has a monthly and a yearly option. The prices are displayed in Telephone’s storefront at the time of purchase. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account and auto-renews unless disabled in your iTunes account settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. The subscription can be managed in your iTunes account settings.
To set up Telephone and make calls you need an account at a SIP provider or at your company’s phone server.
Better compatibility with earlier macOS versions.
Most Helpful Reviews
Simple & To The Point - It is one of the very few (reasonably priced) SIP phones that support Address Book integration - which is exactly the one feature it needs! Everything just works - crystal clear voice, choice of I/O channels for voice and ring (built-audio vs. USB headset vs. …), and ICE for firewall traversal. The two things I could see added in the future are: * Visual list of your address book (now you have to type in the name/number and it will start matching) * Voice Mail support… (Then again, I setup my VoIP account to forward voice mail to my email inbox…) For what it is, it’s the best thing out there. :)
Trust? RIPE Proxy? - Not exactly what it says it is. Seems to use a proxy in eastern europe to connect. Whitch may be why it didnt work at all with our PBX… we firewall RIPE IPs since most connections from there are just trying to hack something. 3 strikes: 1) uses proxy and doesnt say it up front 2) does so from an area with security issues 3) didnt work I would not trust this developer for at least 2 of those reasons. Uninstalling...