Date: Monday, August 18th, 2003, 18:48
Romeo, a popular program to control your Mac via Bluetooth, has now added with version 0.9.1 support for the Nokia 3650. Read More…
With the release of Romeo v. 0.9.1 by Arboreal Software and the hard work of a dedicated indiviual in the form of Veta Universal 1.0, Nokia 3650 users now have the ability to do what Sony Ericsson phone users have been able to do for some time now. By combining these two pieces of software, your Nokia phone can control any part of your Bluetooth-enabled Macintosh, including iTunes, DVD Player, and any other program that is scriptable.
Romeo is available as freeware, and Veta Universal is $8 shareware. Enjoy, folks!
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