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  1. Nothing terribly complex here, but I think it's pretty awesome we can do this sort of thing with Alfred: Download here (or go to my webpage for Alfred 1 version) Requires Prowl on your iPhone in order to receive the notifications and launch the dialling process. I'm assuming this could easily be modified to work with Android phones as well, but you'll probably have to wait for Boxcar or Prowl to release Android clients. Pushover might do it, but if it's as lame as the iPhone version, it won't auto-handle the "tel://" URL scheme. Love to know if it works okay for others. ---
  2. I’ve gone and created a workflow to dial numbers found on your Mac with your iPhone via PushDialer, as I found Florian Pellet’s PushDialer workflow a bit simplistic for my taste. This one has the full trimmings (dial from text selection via hotkey, from the Alfred prompt, or from the Alfred contact viewer), more robust filtering and error handling, Alleyoop support for updates as well as a nice little extra in the form of script filters allowing you to find numbers to call right out of Alfred: There is a somewhat more detailed post announcing it on my blog, and the workflow itself is on GitH
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