The app does exactly what I need it to, which is to dial phone numbers and conference call codes. The only issue I have is that I can not simply dial the number I want and save it. This app only dials numbers that are saved to the Contacts.
Works great with an OBi110 and an old rotary phone over Google Voice. Would be the perfect 5 star app if it had a manual number dialer (have option of tones sounding as long as the button is held down or a predefined time).
Yes! An app that does exactly what it says, is thoughtfully designed, and works well. This is a very nice convenience for work-from-home guys like me who prefer the audio quality of landlines and prefer to save their mobile minutes for when they're actually mobile. Thank you River Rock Logic!
Might even go in my dock it's so useful. Punching in numbers on a land line from your contacts list is utterly stupid and painful. The first time this app dialed the number for me I had a rush of intense happiness. Bravo guys.
I cannot get this app to work. If I am calling a number that is in my local area code it doesn't omit the area code and therefore dials a 10 digit number instead of a seven digit number. I could not get this app to complete a single call. None. Nada.
Tone Dial is a simple app that dials your iPhone contacts as DTMF tones through the speaker of your iPhone so that you can call using your land line. Place the speaker of your iPhone next to the microphone of the land line phone and dial contacts from your iPhone on your land line. Tone Dial includes several options to "adjust" the numbers in your contacts to work correctly over the land line. For example it can convert numbers starting with "+" into country exit codes so that international calls can be made correctly. It also has options to add or remove "1" from numbers outside your local area code.