CallWave Launches Visual Voicemail for Apple Products
CallWave has announced its portfolio of services for the Apple user including the industry's first Virtual Voicemail client for the Apple Mac running on OS X Tiger or Leopard.
With CallWave at their fingertips, users can leverage the power of their Mac to access and manage their mobile voicemail – maximizing their time at the computer and adding new convenience to everyday communications.
CallWave Virtual Voicemail Mac Application is compatible with the user's phone number, service provider and device; subscribers will enjoy the following benefits:
- Industry's first Virtual Voicemail client for the Mac running on OS X Tiger or Leopard;
- Application that resides in the Dock, with notification of missed and new messages;
- Voice messages transcribed to text;
- Ability to read and hear messages on the desktop;
- Convenient reply by text, email, or call back;
- Contact sync with the Mac Address Book;
- Unlimited storage and access of messages via a personal, private message portal;
- Anywhere access to messages on the handset, in email, on the desktop, or on the web.
CallWave Visual Voicemail Widget is compatible with the user's phone number, service provider and device; subscribers will enjoy the following benefits:
- Industry's first Visual Voicemail Widget for the Apple Dashboard;
- Visual notification when a new message arrives;
- Call-log of inbound messages;
- Details of message including Caller ID, length and time;
- Ability to listen to messages;
- SMS widget with free US desktop texting also available.
CallWave Virtual Voicemail for the iPhone: Service currently works on the iPhone with some restrictions. In Q1 2008, CallWave plans on delivering the ideal visual voicemail experience to iPhone users. Enhancing the handset's embedded solution with CallWave Virtual Voicemail, iPhone users will be able to read voicemails – as new voicemails are received, users will receive immediate CallWave Vtxt voicemail-to-text "gist" transcriptions, sent to the iPhone in one SMS.
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