What’s new in Telephone 1.5

Telephone 1.5 is there, and it supports encryption. UDP is probably the most widely used protocol for SIP. It is also used by default in Telephone. If you haven’t changed SIP transport in settings, UDP is used. Some public SIP providers or company servers may also work with TCP, but UDP still seems to be the default. Neither UDP nor TCP transport provides encryption. The communication between the phone and the SIP server happens in the clear....

August 28, 2020

What’s new in Telephone 1.4.2

Two versions of Telephone—1.4.1 and 1.4.2—have been released. Here’s what’s changed. The new Music app macOS Catalina introduced a new Music app. It replaced iTunes, which had been with us for quite some time. Internally, Music is not a renamed iTunes, but a completely different app, with own identifier. That’s why Telephone in Catalina stopped pausing music. Telephone update fixes this. VPNs More and more often people connect to their telephony server remotely....

April 8, 2020

What’s new in Telephone 1.4

It’s been quite some time since the last release and I’m glad to present Telephone 1.4 to you. Dark Mode Dark Mode is a feature of macOS Mojave and Telephone now fully supports it. Same as system Historically, Telephone has been using built-in devices for playing and capturing audio unless a specific device is selected in preferences. This had been the expected behavior of Mac apps in the past and it changed over time....

November 22, 2018

What’s new in Telephone 1.3

Telephone 1.3 has been released and I’m thrilled to tell you about this update. Call history The long-awaited call history is finally here! It conveniently looks up names in your macOS Contacts, just as one of the app’s favorite features—contacts autocompletion—already does. Press Tab to switch the keyboard focus between the text field and the history. Press Return to make a call. Press Delete to remove the call from the history....

January 15, 2018