Apr 27 2009
The Mac is the best place to be, if you’ve got a Bluetooth phone. Not only can you bypass expensive download fees by installing themes, pictures, ringtones and games directly from your Mac (Bluetooth File Exchange), but you can also interact with your Mac using some of my freeware picks.
Find your phone’s lost love in this great app. Romeo allows you to pilot your Mac from your Bluetooth phone. Use your phone as a mouse, control a slew of applications including iTunes from across the room and add addition applications with Romeo plug-ins.
Keep track of your signal strength, get and make calls from your Mac with this handy menu extra. Oh yeah, get and send SMS messages from your Mac too. The newest version requires Panther.
Send quick notes to your SonyEricsson phone with this little app. Simple and straightforward.
What’s better than free? Getting a SonyEricsson T610 for -$150 after rebates* with T-Mobile. Buy it now at Amazon.
Or if AT&T is more your flavor, you can land a similar deal with the T616, here at Amazon.
There’s all you need to cut your first Bluetooth. Have fun.
Downloads provided by MacUpdate
*Offered by Amazon and T-Mobile/AT&T. Subject to their terms and conditions, blah, blah, blah.